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between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute shall be 
mmediately put up again and re-sold, provided the Auctioneer 
cannot decide the said dispute. 


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combine any two or more lots, to withdraw any lots, to refuse bids 
and to regulate the bidding. . 


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a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described in the catalogue, the 
purchaser is at liberty to take or reject it, provided always that 
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Please Note. 
The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus:-— 


A =gold, AR=silver, AL=copper or bronze. 
El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). 
Bl = Billon (an alloy of silver and copper). 
Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins and medals, 
using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, Fine, and Good. Where 
no condition is stated it may be assumed that the coins and medals are not 


in good condition. 


FOREWORD 


THE catalogue of this auction offers for sale a very extensive range of coins, 
with a particular emphasis on gold. With the permanent threat of ever- 
increasing prices, it is now unusual for such a selection to be offered for 
sale in a single auction. Of particular interest are the ten 18th Century 
gold bullion bars from Mexico City. Two of the smaller bars in this sale 
realised high prices when offered for sale in Switzerland ten years ago, 
and, to our knowledge, no bar as heavy as 498.96 gms. (lot 507) has ever 
been offered for sale by public auction. 


The strongest sections of the sale are the various groups of coins of 
South America, beginning with a collection of gold coins of Chile. In all 
there are 300 lots of gold coins from the Americas. The silver coins of 
the Americas are almost as extensive: they include several major rarities 
and also one of the most comprehensive selections of silver cobs of the 
mint of Potosi to appear for several years. For the benefit of collectors 
and students of this interesting, and largely unresearched, series, many of 
the coins have been listed individually. 


We would also draw attention to the small but interesting group of 
Latin-American medals and decorations. 


The gold and silver coins of Europe and Asia are of above average 
quality and the collection of Russian coins is comparable to the Michele 
Baranowsky Collection sold in June of this year. 


The rarer and more interesting coins are illustrated in the 40 plates, 
these being taken from direct photographs. A bibliography lists the works 
of reference used, which is particularly helpful on the South American 
series. There is also an index of countries and territories by lot numbers. 


We feel that this sale will provide many excellent opportunities for 
collectors of the many countries and series covered. 


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November 1972. 
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Buttrey 
B. Betts 


Wyjllys Betts 


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Fonrobert, or Fonr. 


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Grove 
Guttag 


Harris 
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Jee Vs 


BIBLIOGRAPHY 


Almanzar, Alcedo F., and Seppa, Dale A.: “The 
Coins of Paraguay.” 1971. 

Almanzar, Alcedo F., and Seppa, Dale A.: “The 
Coins of Uruguay.” 1971. 

Buttrey Jr., Theodore V.: ‘“‘The Guide Book of 
Mexican Coins, 1822 to date.” 1969. 

Betts, Benjamin: ‘(Mexican Imperial Coinage.” 
1899 (reprint 1968). 

Betts, C. Wyllys: “‘American Colonial History Ilus- 
neh, by Contemporary Medals.” 1894 (reprint 

oc aa D.: “‘Coins of the World, 1750-1850 ” 


Calbeto, Gabriel de Grau: ‘““Compendio de las Piezos 
de,Ocho Realesr™ 1969) 

“Corpus Nummorum Italicorum, 1910-1940.” 

Cunietti-Ferrando, Arnaldo J.: “‘Monedas de la 
Republica Argentina.”’ 1972. 


Davenport, J. S.: 
“European Crowns, 1700-1800.” 1964. 
‘““European Crowns and Talers since 1800.” 1964. 
“German Talers, 1700-1800.’ 1965. 
“The Dollars of Africa, Asia and Oceania.” 1969. 

Elizando Jr., Carlos A.: ‘Eight Reales and Pesos of 
the New World.” First edition 1968. 

Weyl, Adolph: “Die Jules Fonrobert’sche Sammlung 
uberseeischer Munzen und Medaillen—Amerika.”’ 
1878 (reprint 1970). 


Friedberg, J.: “Gold Coins of the World.” 1965. 


Galster, Georg: ““‘Danske Og Norske Medailler og 
Jetons, ca. 1533-ca. 1788.” 1936. 


Grove, Frank W.: ‘“‘Medals of Mexico”—vVol. 1. 
1970. 


Adams, H. Edgar: ‘‘Catalogue of the Collection of 
Julius Guttag.” 1929. 


Harris, R. P.: “‘“Gold Coins of the Americas.’ 1971. 


Heiss, A.: “Description generale des Monnaies 
d’Espagne.”’ 1870. 

Herrerra, Adolfo: “‘Medallas de Proclamaciones y 
Juras de los Reyes de Espaiia.”’ 1882. 


Jacobs, N., and Vermule, C. C.: “Japanese Coin- 
age.’ Reprint, 1972. 


EC. 


Med. (Chile) 
Med. 
Moyaux 


Poke. sake 
Scholten 


Sellschopp ... 


Sev. 


Taullard 


Vic. 


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BIBLIOGRAPHY — continued 


Lopez-Chaves, Leopoldo, and Yriarte, José: 
“Catalogo de la Onza Espafiola.”” 1964. 
“Cataloga de la Media Onza o Doblon d’a 

Cuatro.” 1964. 
“Catalogo de la Doblon de a Dos Escudos.” 1964. 
“Catalogo de la Onzas d’America Independiente.” 
1964. 


Medina, José Toribio: “Las Medallas Chilenas.” 
(OO 

Medina, José Toribio: ‘““Medallas de Proclamaciones 
y Juras de los Reyes de Espafia en America.” 
Oe 

IMovyaux. Acs “ses Chemmude Fer, 1905. 

Polhicer I Bru Jez El Medio Duro,” 19715 

Scholten, C.: “The Coins of the Dutch Overseas 
Territories, 1601-1948.” 

Sellschopp, Doctor E. A.: “‘Las Acufaciones de las 
cecas de Lima, La Plata, y Potosi, 1568-1651.” 
OTe 

Severin, H. M.: 

“Gold and Platinum Coinage of Imperial Russia.” 
1958. 
“The Silver Coinage of Imperial Russia.” 1965. 

Taullard, Alfredo: ‘‘Monedas de la Republica 
Argentina.” 


Vicenti, José A.: “Catalogo General de la Moneda 
Espanola.” 1970. 


Yeoman, R. S.: “A Catalog of Modern World 
Coins.” ‘Wenth edition, 1972. 


de Yriarte, José, and Lopez, Leopoldo: “Catalogo 
de los Reales de a Ocho.’ 1965. 


Index of Countries and Provinces 


Afghanistan: 466, 875 
Albania: 291, 292 

Annam: 876 

Argentina: 145-152, 767-782 
Australia: 467 

Austria: 293-301, 873, 874 


Bavaria: 340, 392 

Belgium: 302, 303, 876A 
Berm? 927, 928 

Bologna: 912 

Bolivia: 153-160, 783, 784 
Brazil: 161-178, 785-796, 877 
Brunswick-Luneburg: 893 
Bulgaria: 304, 305 

Burma: 468, 469 


Cambodia, 470, 878, 879 

Canada: 179-182, 880 

Ceylon: 471 

Chile: 1-144, 545-586, 797-800, 
851-859 

China: 472, 881, 882 

Colombia: 183-197, 801, 802 

Comoro Islands: 883 

Costa Rica: 198-206 

Courland: 884, 1022 

Cuba: 207-211, 803-805 

Czechoslovakia: 306, 307, 914 


Danish West Indies: 212, 213 
Danzig: 308 
Denmark: 309, 310, 871, 885 


Ecuador: 214-216, 806-809 
Egypt: 473-476 
England—see G.B. 
Eritrea: 890 

Ethiopia: 477, 478 


Finland: 311-313 
France: 314-334, 891 
Freyburg: 929 


Galapogos Islands: 808, 809 
Genoa: 358-360 

Germany: 340-342, 892-900 
German East Africa: 479, 901 


German New Guinea: 902 

Great Britain: 335-339, 872, 886-889 

Greece: 343-345 

Guatemala: 217-231, 543, 544, 
810-812 


Haiti: 813 

Hawaii: 903 

Hejaz: 480 

Holland: 386 
Honduras: 232-234 
Hungary: 346, 347, 914 


Iceland: 904 

India: 481-484, 905 
Indo-China: 906 
Ireland: 907 

Italy: 348-374, 908-913 


Japan: 485-488 
Java: 490 


La Plata (Viceroyalty): 601-607, 
847-850 

Latvia: 914 

Liechtenstein: 375-377 

Lima: 587-592 

Lithuania: 378, 914 

Lombardy: 909, 910 

Luxemburg: 915 


Malta: 910 

Mexico: 235-242, 503-512, 525-542, 
814-819, 843-846 

Milan: 361 

Monaco: 379-382 

Montenegro: 383-385 

Mozambique: 916 

Murano: 362 


Naples: 363 

Nepal: 489 

Netherlands: 386-391, 917-919 
Netherlands East Indies: 490 
New Granada: 191-195, 801 
New Spain: 525-542 
Nicaragua: 820 

North Peru: 830 

Norway: 392 


Index of Countries and Provinces — continued 


Paraguay: 243, 821-827 

Palermo: 364 

Parma: 365 

Persia: 491-494, 920 

Peru: 244-258, 259, 260, 587-607, 
616-766, 828-832 

Philippine Islands: 261, 921 

Poland: 393 

Portugal: 394-427 

Potosi: 593-600, 616-766 

Prussia: 341, 342, 894, 895, 900 

Puerto Rico: 615 


Roumania: 428-432 
Russia: 433-440, 922, 931-1022 


Salvador: 262-267, 833, 834 
San Marino: 441, 442, 923 
Sardinia: 366-368, 908 
Saxe-Weimar: 898 

Saxony: 896, 897 

Serbia: 443 

Siam: 495-497, 924 


South Africa: 498-501 

South Peru: 259, 260, 828-830, 869 
Spain: 444-456, 513-524 

Sweden: 457, 458, 925 
Switzerland: 459, 460, 926-929 


Tierra del Fuego: 268-271 
Trautson: 899 

Tunis: 502 

Turkey: 461-463 

Uruguay: 284-286, 835-842 
Utrecht: 387, 919 

U\S.A.: 272-283 


Vatican: 369-374, 908, 911-913, 930 
Venezuela: 287-289, 608-614 


Westfrisia: 391 
Yugoslavia: 464, 465 
Zurich: 460 


CATALOGUE of 
GOLD and SILVER 


COINS OF THE WORLD 


including an extensive series of coins of 


SOUTH AMERICA 


and choice coins of 


EUROPE and ASIA 


First Day’s Sale 
Wednesday, 22nd November 


commencing at 10 a.m. precisely 


A good collection of the 
GOLD COINS OF CHILE 


All coins are from the mint of Santiago 
Eor 
Ferdinand VE (1746-59) 


1* 8-Escudos, 1751, assayer J, small bust right, rev. crowned shield 
or Arms; Order of Golden Fleece around (F.5; IC. 557). 
A little wear on bust, good very fine. 


2* —— A similar coin. Very fine. 
3* —— Another, 1756 J, flan a little smaller (L.C. 562). Very fine. 


4* 4-FEscudos, 1749 J, similar design (F.6; L.C. 336). Very fine. 
5* ——— Another. Good very fine with sharp reverse. 


6 === A smilar com. Fine: 


Charles TI (1759-88) 


7* 8-Escudos, 1763J, bust of previous king to right, rev. similar 
(POE. ST2). Very fine: 


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8* —— 1774 DA, bust of new king, reads CAROL: I, rev. similar 
(F.15; L.C. 585). About very fine. 

2? —— 1779 DA GC. 590)... Fine. 

10 —— 1780 DA (L.C. 591). Sharp very fine, some double-striking 
on obverse. 

11 —— 1783 DA (L.C. 594). Scratched on 3 of date, fine. 

12* —— 1787 DA (L.C. 598). Very fine. 

13. —— 1788 DA (L.C. 599). About very fine. 

14* —__ 1789 DA (L.C. 600). Very fine. 


Charles IV (1788-1808) 


15* 8-Escudos, 1790 DA, with bust of previous monarch, reads CAROL 
Iv (F.19; L.C. 602). Very fine. 


16* —— 1791 DA, similar bust, reads CAROL m1 (F.23; L.C. 604). 
Fine. 

17 =— 1792 DA (LC. 605). Obv. fine, rev. better. 

18 —— 1793 DA (L.C. 606). Metal flaw on crown on rev., fine. 

19 —— 1795 DA (L.C. 608). Obv. fine, rev. better. 

20* —— 1796 DA (L.C. 609). Extremely fine. 

2 == 197 DA GC 6l)r Very fine: 

2 — 21793 DA(EL.CAGll)- Very fine. 

93 — 1799 DAE, 612). Very fine. 

24* —— 1803 FJ. (L.C. 618). Extremely fine. 

25 —— 1804F.J. (L.C. 619). Nearly extremely fine. 


6* —— 1805 Bd. (LC. 620). Very fine: 


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40* 


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42* 


— 1808 FJ. (L.C. 624). Very fine. 


2-Escudos, 1808/7 F.J., type as 8-Escudos (F.24; L.C.533). 
Mount removed from top, otherwise good fine, rare. 


*.’ Although L.C. does not record the date 1807, it is men- 
tioned by Vicenti and Harris. 


1-Escudo, 1808 F.J., similar type but bust of Charles IV (F.27; 
V.4931). Pierced, fine. 


Ferdinand VII (1808-21) 


8-Escudos, 1808 F.J., uniformed bust right, rev. similar to pre- 
vious (F.28; L.C. 625). Very fine. 


— 1809 F J., similar (L.C. 626). About very fine. 
— 1810 FJ. (L.C. 627). Extremely fine. 

— Another. Very fine. 

—— 1811 FJ. (L.C. 628). Good very fine. 


—— 1814 F J., bust of monarch, similar to previous type (F.29; 
L.C. 632). Metal flecks on obverse, about very fine. 


— 1815 FJ. (L.C. 633). Very fine. 
— 1817 F J. (L.C. 635). Very fine. 
2-Escudos, 1817 F.J., similar type (F.31; L.C. 537). Fine. 


1-Escudo, 1812/1, similar type (F.32; V. 6581). Fine and rare. 


*.’ Vicenti records 1811 as a rarer date than 1812. 


— 1817 J.F., similar (V. 6609a). Very fine and a rarer variety 
than the 1817 F.J. 


Republic 


8-Escudos, 1819 F.D., sun over mountains, rev. crossed flags 
(F333; L.G.838). Very jie: 


—— 1820 F.D. (L.C, 859). Very fine. 


Lor 
43 


44 


45% 


46 


47 


48% 
49% 
50% 
51 
52% 
53 


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61 
62 


63 


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—— [821 FD @.C, 860). Bime. 
—— 1822 PI (L.C. 861). Suspension loop; fine. 


—— 1823 FL. (neither L.C. nor Harris record FI. for this date). 
Very fine. 


—— 1825 I. GAC. 864). Very fine. 


—— 1826 I. (L.C. 865). Suspension loop, otherwise nearly very 
fine. 


— 1832 I. (L.C. 871). About extremely fine. 

— 18341 J. (LC. 873). About extremely fine. 
4-Escudos, 1834, similar type (F.34). Very fine. 

—— Another, similar. Fine. 

2-Escudos, 1834 I.J., similar type (F.35). Very fine. 
1-Escudo, 1834 LJ., similar type (F.36). Very fine. 

2- and 1-Escudo, 1834. The first marked, fine or better. 
1-Escudo, 1834 (2). Both fine. 


8-Escudos, 1835 I.J., hand on book, rev. Arms of Republic (F.37; 
L.C. 874). Very fine. 


—— 1836 LJ. (L.C. 875). Fine. 

—— 1837 IJ. (UC. 876). Fine. 

—— 1838 LJ. (LC. 877). Sharp very fine. 
4-Escudos, 1836 LJ. (F.34). About very fine 
— 18371J. Marked, good fine. 
2-Escudos, 1838 IJ. (F.3). Fine. 


Two similar coins. Both fine. 


II 
Lot 


64 A similar lot. Both fine. 
65* 1-Escudos (2), 1838 I.J. Both fine. (One only illustrated.) 


66* 8-Escudos, 1839 I.J., standing Liberty, rev. Arms of Republic 
(F.41; L.C. 878). Extremely fine. 


67* —— 1840 LJ. (L.C. 879). Extremely fine. 

68 —— Another. Very fine, toned. 

69 —— 1841 IJ. (L.C. 880). Very fine. 

70* —— 18421J. (L.C. 881). Very fine. 

71 —— 1843 LJ. (L.C. 882). Edge cuts, fine. 

72 —— 1845 1J., with lettered edge MES DE FEBRERO (L.C. 884). 
Very fine. 

73 —— 1847 1J., new figure of Liberty, ENERO (L.C. 886). Fine. 

74 1849 M.L., DICIEMBRE (L.C. 888). Very fine, but light scratches 
on obverse. 

75 —— Another, DICIEMBRE. Nearly very fine. 

76 —— 1850 L.A., ocToBRE (L.C. 889). Very fine. 

77 —— 1851 L.A., MARZo (L.C. 890). Very fine. 

78 —— Another, MARZO. About very fine. 


79 2-Escudos, 1842, 1846, similar type (F.43). Both fine. 
80* —— 1844. Very fine and very rare. 
81 1-Escudo, 1839, 1841 LJ. (F.44). Both fine. 


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1841 LJ. Very fine. 
83 —— 1842, 1843 IJ. Both fine. 


84 —— 1843 IJ. Extremely fine. 





Lot 
85* —— 18441J. Very fine. 
86 —— 1847 1J. Very fine. 
Peso coinage (1860-92, 0.900 fine; 1895-1917, 0.9162 fine; 
1926-63, 0.900 fine) 
87 10-Pesos, 1851, similar in style to previous (F.45). Very fine but 
a few flaws on reyv., and very rare. 
88 — 1852. Very fine. 
89 No lot. 
90* —— 1853. Nearly extremely fine. 
91 —— 1854, neater style, smaller date. Very fine and very rare. 
92 —— 1855. Very fine and rare. 
93 —— 1856. Very fine and rare. 
94 —\ Another. Very fine. 
95 —— 1859. Very fine. 
96 —— Another. Very fine. 
97 —— 1865. Very fine and rare. 
98* —— 1871. Extremely fine and rare. 
99 —— 1872. Extremely fine. 
100 ——— Another. Very fine. 
101 5-Pesos, 1851, similar style (F.46). Fine. 
LOZ 1852. Good fine, scarce. 
103 —— Another. Fine. 
104 —— 1857. Very fine. 


Lor 
105 


106 
LOT* 
108 
109 
110 
111 
Ria 


H3 


114 


115* 


116 


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118 


bos 


120 


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125 


124 


125 


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—— Two similar coins. Both fine. 

—— 1859 (2). Both fine. 

—— 1872. Extremely fine. 

—— 1873. Extremely fine. 

— 1872, 1873. Both very fine. 

2-Pesos, 1857, 1858, similar (F.47). Both very fine. 
—— 1859, 1860. Both very fine. 


— 1874, 1875. Both extremely fine. (First illustrated.) 


1-Peso, 1860, 1861, obv. similar, rev. value (F.48). Both very fine. 


(F.48). Both very fine. 
— Two similar coins. Fine and very fine. 
—— 1862. Extremely fine. 
—— 1863, 1864. Both very fine. 
— Two similar coins. Both fine. 


—— 1864 (2). Both very fine. 


10-Pesos, 1895, reduced size, Liberty cap (F.49). Extremely fine. 


— Another and 5-Pesos, similar (F.50). Very fine. 


5-Pesos, 1895, as above. Extremely fine. 
—— Two similar coins. Extremely fine. 
— Two similar coins. Extremely fine. 


— 1896 (not mentioned in Harris). Very fine and very rare. 


20-Pesos, 1896, draped Liberty head, by Roty, rev. Arms (F.51). 


Extremely fine. 


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129 


130* 


131 


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133 


134 


135 


136* 


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140 


141 


142 


143 


144 


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— 1908. Extremely fine. 
—— 1913. Extremely fine. 
—— 1914, 1915. Both extremely fine. 
—— 1916, 1917. Both extremely fine. 
10-Pesos, 1896, similar (F.52). Extremely fine. 
— 1898 (not mentioned in Harris). Extremely fine. 
—— 1896, 1898. Both extremely fine. 
—— Two similar coins. Both extremely fine. 
—— 1896 (2). Both extremely fine. 
—— 1901. Extremely fine. 
5-Pesos, 1898. Extremely fine. 
— 1898, 1900 (2). All very fine. 


— 1911 (date not in F. or mentioned by Harris). Extremely 
fine and extremely rare. 


—— A similar coin. Very fine and extremely rare. 

100-Pesos, 1932, similar style (F.54). Extremely fine. 

20-Pesos, 1926 (F.56). Extremely fine. 

—— 1959 (date in Harris but not F.). Extremely fine and rare. 
— 1961 (date in Harris but not F.). Extremely fine and rare. 


Banco Central de Chile, gold medal on 30th anniversary, 1956, 
15mm. Extremely fine. 


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146* 


147* 


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151 


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OTHER GOLD COINS OF THE AMERICAS 


ARGENTINA 


Confederation, 8-Escudos, 1836, Rioja, of naive style, copy struck 
from false dies for collectors, bust of Juan Manuel Rosas, 
rev. mountain and trophies (F.7; Cunietti-Ferrando p. 121, 
etc.). Very fine, rare and interesting. 


*. For similar “‘collectors’ coins’ struck in silver see lots 771, 
Fe o% 


8-Escudos, 1840, Rioja, copy struck from false dies for collectors, 
mountain and trophies, rev. Arms (F.8). Very fine. 


8-Escudos, 1842, Rioja, copy struck from false dies for collectors, 
bust of Rosas, rev. Arms (F.10). Very fine. 


2-Escudos, 1842, Rioja, similar (F.11), Fine. 
2-Escudos, 1843 B (F.12). Has been mounted, about fine. 


8-Escudos, 1845 B, copy struck from false dies for collectors, 
shield, rev. Arms (F.13). Very fine. 


5-Pesos, 1882, 1888, Liberty cap (F.14). Both very fine. 


24-Pesos, 1884, similar (F.16). Very fine and scarce. 


BOLIVIA 


Republic, 8-Escudos, 1835 L.M., Potosi, bust of Bolivar right, 
rey. sun and mountain (F.21). Almost extremely fine. 


2-Escudos, 1835 L.M., similar (F.23). Good fine. 
1-Escudo, 1832/1 L.M., similar (F.24). Good fine. 


1-Escudo, 1835 F.P., different bust (F.35), very fine; 4-Escudo, 
1856, similar (F.36), pierced, otherwise very fine. 


1-Fscudo, 1846 R, earlier type to previous (F.30). Extremely fine. 


Pattern 4-Sueldo, 1852, struck in gold, Llama, poTosi below, rev. 
mountain (cf. Y.13). Very fine and rare. 


I59* 


160 


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162% 


163 


164* 


165 


166 


167* 


168 


169* 


170 


171 


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175 
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Pattern 50-Centavos, 1900, Santiago mint, struck in gold, Arms, 
rev. value (cf. Y.80a). Edge nick at top of reverse, other- 
wise brilliant and extremely rare. 


14-Grams, 1952, head of Busch (F.41). Very fine. 


BRAZIL 


John V, 20,000-Reis, 1726, Minas mint, crown over shield, rev. 
cross, M’s in angles (F.33). Very fine. 


Mary I, 6,400-Reis, 1787, Rio mint, bust right, rev. garnished 
shield (F.85). Very fine. 


Empire, Peter I, 6,400-Reis, 1825 R, bust left in naval uniform, 
rey. Arms (F.109). Signs of mounting, very fine. 


— 4,000-Reis, 1824 R, similar (F.110). Extremely fine. 
— Another. Almost extremely fine. 
— Another, 1825 R. Very fine. 


Peter II, 6,400-Reis, 1832 R, child’s head, no signature, rev. Arms 
(F.115). Extremely fine. 


— 10,000-Reis, 1834, similar design (F.117). Very fine. 


— 10,000-Reis, 1848/7, bust in naval uniform (F.118). Very 
fine. 


—— 20,000-Reis, 1851, bust in Coronation robe (F.119). Fine. 
— 10,000-Reis, 1849, similar (F.120). Fine. 

— 20,000-Reis, 1852, bearded head (F.121). Very fine. 

—— Another, 1889. Edge marked, very fine. 

— 10,000-Reis (2), 1866 (F.122), very fine, 1874, fine. 

— 5,000-Reis, 1855 (F.123). Very fine. 


Republic, 20,000-Reis, 1918, Liberty head, rev. Southern Cross 
(F.124). Extremely fine. 


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177* —— Another, 1922. Uncirculated. 
178* —— 10,000-Reis, 1901, rev. Southern Cross in star (F.125). Very 
fine. 
CANADA 


179 George V, 10-Dollars, 1913, crowned bust (F.3). Extremely fine. 
180 —— 5-Dollars, 1912, similar (F.4). Extremely fine. 
181 —— Another, 1913. Extremely fine. 


182 NEWFOUNDLAND, Victoria, 2-Dollars, 1888, head left (F.1). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


COLOMBIA 


183* Ferdinand VI, 8-Escudos, 1760J, Popayan, bust right, rev. 
crowned shield (F.5). Good very fine. 


184 —— 2-Escudos, 1759 J, Bogota, similar (F.14). Very fine. 

185 Republic, Bogota, 8-Escudos, 1826 J.F., Liberty head (F.62). 
Very fine. 

186 —— ee 8-Escudos, 1826 F.M., similar (F.63). Extremely 

ne. 

187 ——~— —— Another, 1836 U.R. Fine. 

188 — Bogota, 2-Escudos, 1824 J.F.; 1-Escudo (2), 1823 J.F. (F.65, 
66). All fine. 

189 —— Popayan, 1-Escudo (2), 1824 F.M., 1826 F.M. Very fine. 

190 ——— —— Another, 1826 F.M.; Bogota, i-Peso, 1826 J.F. 


(F.68); NEw GRANADA, Bogota, 1-Peso, 1844 R.S. (F.72). 
All very fine, the last pierced. 


191 New Granapad, 16-Pesos, Popayan, 1845 U.M. (F.70). About 
extremely fine. 


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192 —— Another, 1846 U.M. Very fine. 

193 —— Another, new style, 1849, plain Liberty head, Bogota 
(F.73). Scratched on face, fine. 

194* —— Pattern 16-Pesos, 1847, struck in copper, of the type in 
previous lot. Weak on face and shield, but very fine and 
very rare. 

195 —— Another, similar. Very fine, a better striking but showing 


more wear, very rare. 


196 Republic, 10-Pesos, 1919, head of Bolivar (F.109). Very fine. 


197 —— 5-Pesos (3), 1919, stone-cutter; 1919, large Bolivar’s head; 
1930, small head (F. 105, 108, 110). Very fine. 
COSTA RICA 
198 8-Escudos, 1833 F, sun over mountains, rev. tree and value (F.1). 
Only fine. 


199* 4-Escudos, 1837E, similar (F.2). Very fine and rare. 
200 2-Escudos, 1850 J.B., similar (F.3). Fine to very fine. 


201 1-Escudo, 1844 M, lion counterstamp on both sides (F.4), very 
fine; 4-Escudo, 1828 F., similar (F.5), very fine but pierced. 


202* 4-Onza, 1850, Indian by column, rev. Arms. Very fine and well 
struck for this issue. 


203 2-Escudos, 1854 (F.8), has been mounted, fine; 1-Escudo, 1855 
F.9), and 4-Escudo, 1850 (F.10), very fine. 


204 5-Pesos, 1867, Arms, rev. value, large size (F.12). Very fine. 


205 20-Colones, 1897, head of Columbus, rev. Arms (F.19). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


206 10-, 5- and 2-Colones, 1900, similar (F.20, 21, 22). Extremely 
fine. 


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INTERVAL 


Sale recommences at 1 p.m. precisely 


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CUBA 


207* 20-Pesos, 1915, head of Marti right, rev. Arms (F.1). Extremely 
fine. 


208 10-Pesos, 1916 (F.3). Extremely fine. 
209 4-Pesos, 1916 (F.5). Extremely fine. 
210 5-Pesos, 1915, and 2-Pesos, 1916 (F.4 and 6). Extremely fine. 


211 1-Peso, 1915 (F.7). Extremely fine. 


DANISH WEST INDIES 


212* Christian IX, 10-Daler (50-Francs), 1904, head left, rev. seated 
female (F.1). Extremely fine. 


213* —— 4-Daler (20-Francs), similar (F.2). Very fine. 


ECUADOR 


214* Republic, 8-Escudos, 1847 G.J., head of Bolivar left, rev. Arms 
(F.8). Extremely fine, scarce first year of type. 


215* t— Another, 1852 G.J. Extremely fine. 


216 10-Sucres, 1899, head of General Sucres (F.10). Extremely fine. 


GUATEMALA 


217* 8-Pesos, 1864, head of Carrera right, rev. Arms (F.33). Nearly 
extremely fine. 


218 1-Peso, 1859; 4-Reales, 1860 (F. 36, 37). Good very fine. 


219* 20-Pesos, 1869, head of Carrera right, rev. Arms (F.38). Good 
very fine, scarce. 


220 —— Another, similar. Good very fine. 


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5-Pesos, 1869 (F.42). Very fine. 
5-Pesos, 1874, Liberty head, rev. Arms (F.45). Very fine. 


Pattern 10-Pesos, 1894, by Lagrange, new Liberty head, rev. 
Arms, similar to previous, ESSAI below (F.46). Brilliant 
and extremely rare. 


Pattern 5-Pesos, 1894, similar (F.47). Brilliant and extremely 
rare. 


Pattern 10-Pesos, 1894, unsigned, larger laureate Liberty head, 
rev. Arms, date in centre below. (This head not given in 
F., Harris states ten only struck in Paris.) Brilliant and ex- 
tremely rare. 


Pattern 5-Pesos, 1894, similar (Harris states only ten pieces 
struck). Brilliant and extremely rare. 


Railway medal, 1877, head of Barrios in wreath, rev. locomotive, 
10mm. (Moyaux 423). Marked in centre of rev., but very 
fine, scarce in gold. 


20-Quetzals, 1926, Quetzal on column, rev. Arms (F.48). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


—— A similar coin. Extremely fine. 
10-Quetzals, 1926, similar (F.49). Extremely fine. 
5-Quetzals, 1926, similar (F.50). Extremely fine. 


HONDURAS 
Republic, 20-Pesos, 1888 (unaltered date), Liberty head left, rev. 
Arms (F.3). Extremely fine but weak on obverse, very rare. 


— 5-Pesos. 1888 (officially altered to 1908), similar (F.5). 
Extremely fine and rare. 


—— 1]-Peso, 1902, similar (F.6). Extremely fine and rare. 


MEXICO 


Charles III, 1-Escudo, 1775 F.M.; Charles IV, 1-Escudo, 1804 
T.H. (F.36 and 46). Both extremely fine. 


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236* Empire, Augustin Hurbide, 8-Escudos, 1822 J.M., head right, 


rev, eagle over cactus with trophies (F.59). A little weak, 
otherwise extremely fine and rare. 


237* Maximilian, 20-Pesos, 1866, bearded head right, rev. Arms (F.62). 
Very fine to extremely fine. 


238 —— A similar coin. A sharp very fine. 


239 Republic, 1-Escudo, 1825 Mo, I.M. (F.97), pierced, very fine; 
4-Escudo, 1856 Mo, G.F.; 1-Peso, 1903 (F. 107, 157), both 
very fine. 


240 4-Escudo, 1847 GC (Guadalupe y Calvo), M.P. (F.102). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


241 United States of Mexico, 10-Pesos and 5-Pesos, 1906; 24-Pesos, 
1919; 2-Pesos, 1919, 1945 (F.166, 168, 169, 170). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


242 20-Pesos, 1917, Calender stone (F.171); 50-Pesos, 1922, winged 
Victory (F.172). Extremely fine. 


PARAGUAY 


243 Republic, 10,000-Guaranies, 1968, bust of Stoessner, rev. seated 
lion (F.3). Edge knock, extremely fine, rare. 


PERU 


244* Ferdinand VI, 8-Escudos, 1758 Lima, J.M., small bust to right, 
rev. crowned shield (F.20). Well struck, very fine. 


245* Simon Bolivar, honoured by Cuzco, 1825, gold medal, 1825, bust 
right in uniform, SIMON BOLIVAR LIR. D COLOMB . Y DEL 
PERU, rev. view of ruined palace, rev. EL CUZCO A SU LIBER- 
TADOR, Wt. 38.672 gms. Almost extremely fine and very 
rare. 


*.’ For a similar medal in silver see lot 864. 


246 Republic, 4-Escudo, 1828, Lima. J.M., Arms, rev. wreath and 
date (F.61). Very fine. 


247* 8-Escudos, 1854, Cuzco, B°.A®., Liberty standing, rev. Arms 
Extremely fine. 


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4-Escudos, 1855, Lima, M.B., similar (F.64), very fine; 2-Escudos, 
1855, Lima, M.B., 1-Escudo, 1845, Cuzco, A, both similar 
(F.65, 67), both very fine. 


*.” First coin illustrated. 


20-Soles, 1863, Liberty seated, rev. Arms (F.70). Good very fine, 
scarce. 


10- and 5-Soles, 1863, similar (F.71 and 72). Both very fine. 


Libra, 1901; 4-Libra, 1903; 4-Libra, 1907, Indian head (F.73, 
74, 75); 5-Soles, 1910 (F.76). Extremely fine. 


Libra, 1908; 4-Libra, 1904; 4-Libra (2), 1910, 1912. Extremely 
fine. 


50-Soles, 1930, head of Manco Capoc, rev. Inca emblems (F.77). 
Extremely fine and rare. 


—— Another. Somewhat polished, very fine. 
—— Another, 1931. Extremely fine and rare. 


100-Soles, 1951, Liberty seated, rev. Arms (F.78). Extremely 
fine. 


50- and 20-Soles, 1951, similar (F.79, 80). Both extremely fine. 


100-Soles, 1962, similar. Uncirculated. 


SOUTH PERU 


8-Escudos, 1837, Cuzco, BA, reads ESTADO, sun over flags, rev. 
volcano and castle (F.91). Extremely fine, scarce. 


__— 1838, Cuzco, M.S., reads REPUB, similar type, rev. reads 
CONFEDERACION (F.92). About extremely fine. 


PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 
Isabella II, 4-Pesos, 1864, head left (F.1). Very fine. 


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SALVADOR 


262* Republic, 20-Pesos, 1892, Liberty head left, rev. Arms (F.1). 
Very fine and very rare. 


263* —— 10-Pesos, 1892, similar (F.2). Nearly extremely fine, very 
rare. 

264 —— 5-Pesos, 1892, similar (F.3). Very fine and rare. 

265 —— 24-Pesos, 1892, similar (F.4). Weak on obverse, extremely 


fine and rare. 

266* ——— 20-Colones, 1925, on the 400th year of Salvador, conjoined 
heads of Alvarada and Quinonez, rev. Arms (F.5). Uncir- 
culated, very rare. 

267* ——— —— A similar coin. Uncirculated, very rare. 


TIERRA DEL FUEGO 
268* Julius Popper, 5-Gramos, 1889, value, stops in legend, rev. mallet 
and pick (F.1). Good very fine but trace of mounting on 
top edge. 
269 —— Another. Has been mounted, fine. 


270* 1-Gramo, similar, no stops in legend (F.2). Extremely fine. 


271 —— Another, similar, but stops in legend both sides, slightly 
thicker flan. Extremely fine. 


UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 


272 Double Eagles (2), 1896S, Liberty head; 1909S, St. Gaudens. 
Extremely fine. 


273 Eagle, 1910. Extremely fine. 
274 5-Dollars, 1909; 24-Dollars, 1914. Very fine. 
275 1-Dollar, 1852, type I, extremely fine; 1855, type 2, very fine. 


276 Commemorative issues, Philadelphia Sesquicentennial, 24-Dollars, 
1926. Extremely fine. 


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277 Louisiana purchase, Jefferson Dollar, 1903. Extremely fine. 
278 —— McKinley Dollar, 1903. Extremely fine. 

279 Lewis and Clark Exposition, Dollar, 1904. Uncirculated. 
280 Panama-—Pacific Exposition, Dollar, 1915. Extremely fine. 


281 California, fractionals, 4-Dollar, 1853, 4-Dollar, undated, both 
round, 4-Dollar, 1870G, octagonal, all Liberty head; un- 
official 4-Dollar, 1856. Very fine or better. 


282* Norris, Grieg and Norris, Half-Eagle, 1849, eagle, CALIFORNIA 
GOLD - WITHOUT ALLOY, rev. FULL WEIGHT OF HALF EAGLE - 
N. G. & N. SAN FRANCISCO . 1849, plain edge. Better than very 
fine and sharply struck. 


283* U.S. Assay Office, 50-Dollars, 1852, 887 THOUS on ribbon, eagle 
on rock, rev. target design. Very fine and rare. 


URUGUAY 


284 5-Pesos, 1930, head of Artigas to right, rev. value (F.6). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


285* —— A similar coin. About extremely fine. 
286 —— A third coin. Extremely fine. 
VENEZUELA 


287* Republic, 100-Bolivares, 1889, head of Bolivar right, rev. Arms 
(F.2). Very fine. 


288 —— 25-Bolivares, 1875, similar (F.4). Very fine. 


289 —— 20-Bolivares, 1904; 10-Bolivares, 1930, similar (F.5 and 6). 
Extremely fine. 


GOLD COINS OF EUROPE 


ALBANIA 


291* Amet Zogu, President, 100-Francs, 1827R, bust left, two stars 
below, rev. chariot (F.1). Extremely fine. 


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292, 





20-Francs, 1827R, as above; another, 1827 V, bust of 
Skanderberg, rev. winged lion (F.2 and 6). Extremely fine. 


AUSTRIA 


293 Francis I, 4-Sovrano, 1831 M (F.365); Ferdinand [, 4-Sovrano, 
1848 M (F.378). Both very fine. 


294 Ferdinand I, Coronation 1835, a set of medals comprising small 
gold, bust right, rev. crown, 9mm.; small silver (2), similar, 
9mm. and 11 mm., toned; bronze (2) of King and Queen, 
each 46mm. In original presentation case. All extremely 


fine. 


295* Francis Joseph, 100-Corona, 1908, on the 60th year of the reign, 
bust right, rev. female reclining on clouds (F.429). Very 


fine. 

296* —— 100-Corona, 1912, bust right, rev. double-eagle (F.424). 
Very fine. 

297* ——— —— Another. Very fine. 

298 —— Restrike 4-Ducats, 1915; Republic, 25-Schilling, 1928; 


HunGary, 10-Korona, 1911. All extremely fine. 


299 Republic, 100-Korona, 1924, eagle, rev. value (F.433). Extremely 
fine. 


300 — 100-Schillings, 1927, 1931, eagle, rev. value (F.435). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


301* t—— 100-Schillings, 1936, standing Madonna, rev. eagle (F.437). 
Extremely fine. 


BELGIUM 
302* Leopold I, 25-Francs, 1848, bust right, rev. shield (F.4). Obverse 


a little buffed, almost extremely fine, rare. 


303 —— 20-Francs, 1865 (F.7). Very fine. 


BULGARIA 
304* Ferdinand I, 100-Leva, 1894, bust left, rev. Arms (F.2). Very fine. 


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CZECHOSLOVAKIA 


Republic, 10-Ducats, 1929, St. Wenceslas on horseback, rev. 
shield (F.4). Extremely fine. 


—— 5-Ducats, 1929, similar; 2-Ducats, 1929, and 1-Ducat, 1925, 
half-length figure of St. Wenceslas (F.1 and 2). Extremely 
fine. 


DANZIG 
Free City, 25-Gulden, 1923, Neptune with trident, rev. Arms with 
columns and supporters (F.43). Extremely fine and rare. 


DENMARK 


Frederick VIII, 20-Kroner (2), 1908, 1909, both extremely fine; 
Christian [X, 10-Kroner, 1890 (F.297 and 296), very fine. 


Christian X, 20-Kroner, 1916, and 10-Kroner, 1913 (F.299 and 
300). Extremely fine. 


FINLAND 
Under Russia, Alexander II, 10-Markkaa, 1878 (F.4). Very fine. 


Republic, 200-Markkaa, 1926, lion left, rev. value (F.7). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


— 100-Markkaa, 1926, similar (F.8). Extremely fine. 


FRANCE 
Louis XI (1461-83), Ecu au Soleil, crowned shield, rev. floriated 
cross (F.62). Fine. 


Francis I (1515-47), Ecu d’or, crowned shield, rev. F’s and lis in 
angles of cross (F.93). Fine. 


Louis XIV, Louis d’or, 1680, Amiens mint, m.m. X, youthful 
head right, rev. cross of eight L’s (F.170). Very fine, scarce. 


Louis XV, 2-Louis d’or au bandau, 1754 L (Bayonne), bust left, 
rev. crown over two shields (F.209). Extremely fine. 


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318* —— Half-Louis d’or au bandeau, 1769, Paris mint, m.m. A 
(F.211). Very fine. 


319 Napoleon, as first Consul, 40-Francs, AN 12, Paris (F.224). Very 
fine. 


320* ——— As Emperor, 40-Francs, 1806, Paris (F.249). Fine. 


321 —— —— Another, 1810, Lille. Fine. 





322 —— 20-Francs, AN 12 (Republic), 1811 (Empire), both 


Paris (F. 231, 254). Both fine. 


323 Louis XVII, 40-Francs, 1817 A, head right, without uniform 
(F.272). Very fine. 


324* Second Republic, Louis Napoleon Buonaparte, President, 20- 
Francs, 1852 A. Extremely fine. 


325 Napoleon III, 100-Francs, 1857 A, bare head right (F.306). Very 


fine. 
326 —— Another, 1858 A, similar. Very fine. 
327 —— 50-Francs, 1857 A, similar (F.308). Very fine. 
328 — 20-Francs, 1864A, 1867A; 5-Francs, 1868 A; Second 


Republic, 20-Francs, 1851, Ceres; Third Republic, 20- 
Francs, 1907, rooster. All very fine. 


329 Third Republic, 100-Francs, 1881 A, angel writing (F.327). Edge 
damage, better than fine. 


330 —— Another, 1882 A. Very fine. 
331 — Another, 1902 A. Very fine. 
332* ——— 100-Francs, 1935, winged head of the Republic (F.338). 


Extremely fine. 
333* — Another. Extremely fine, a little better than the previous. 


334* —— Another, 1936. Extremely fine. 


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GREAT BRITAIN 


* Charles H, Five-Guineas, 1675, first bust right, with pointed trun- 


cation, elephant below, rev. crossed shields and sceptres 
(M.C.E. 11). Edge knock, but good very fine. 


George III, Guinea, 1775, has been mounted; Victoria, 
Sovereigns, 1880, 1890 M, 1896M. Very fine. 


Victoria, Jubilee 1887, Five-Pounds. Very fine. 
Edward VII, Coronation 1902, Five-Pounds. Very fine. 


Sovereigns (3). 1910, 1911, 1958; Half-Sovereigns (2), 1908, 1913. 
Very fine. 


GERMANY 
BavarliA, Louis IJ, 10-Marks, 1875 D, fine; 5-Marks, 1877 D, very 
fine. 


Prussia, Frederick II, Proof 20-Marks, 1888 A (F.80). Brilliant 
proof. 


—— —— 10-Marks, 1888; William II, 20-Marks, 1914 A, uni- 
formed bust; 5-Marks, 1905. Very fine. 


GREECE 


George I, 100-Drachmae, 1876 A, young head right, rev. shield 
(F.4). Good very fine, very rare. 


—— 20-Drachmae, 1884, old head right, rev. Arms (F.90). Very 
fine. 


George II, Proof 100-Drachmae, 1935, on re-establishment of 
kingdom, head left, rev. value (F.10). Extremely fine. 


HUNGARY 


Franz Joseph, 100-Korona, 1907, on 40th year of reign, bust right, 
rev. Coronation scene, matt field (F.95). Very fine. 


——. —— A similar com. Very jine: 


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ITALY 


Kingdom, Napoleon, 40-Lire, 1811 M (the last two numerals an 
overdate), bust left, rev. shield (Pag. 14; F.5). Very fine. 


—— Another, 1814M. Trace of mount, very fine. 
— Humbert, 20- Lire, 1882 R (F.21). Extremely fine. 


— Victor Emanuel III, 50-Lire, 1911 R, head left, rev. allegori- 
cal scene (Pag. 656; F.25). Extremely fine. 


—— —— 50-Lire, 1912 R, uniformed bust left, rev. agricultural 
scene (Pag. 653; F.27). Extremely fine. 


—— —— 100-Lire, 1923R, bust left, rev. fasces (Pag. 644; 
F.30). Has been mounted, very fine. 


—— —— 20-Lire, 1923 R, similar (Pag. 670; F.31). Extremely 
fine. 


—— —— 100-Lire, 1925 R, by Mistruzzi, small head, rev. naked 
male Victory (Pag. 645; F.32). Matt surface, extremely fine, 
rare. 





100-Lire, 1931 R, IX, head left, rev. Italia on prow of 
ship (Pag. 646; F.33). Extremely fine. 


—— —— 50-Lire, 1931R, IX, head left, rev. figure holding 
fasces (Pag. 657; F.34). Extremely fine. 


GENOA, Galeazzo Maria of Milan (1466-76), Ducat, castle, rey. 
cross (F.383). Very fine. 


—— Biennial Doges, 96-Lire, 1793, Arms supported by griffins, 
rev. Madonna (F.444). Extremely fine. 


—— —— 48-Lire, 1796, Madonna, rev. Arms (F.445). Fine. 


Mian. Philip IV of Spain, 2-Doppie, 1630, crowned bust right, 
rev. oval shield of arms (F.724). Very fine and rare. 


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Loar 


362* Murano, Under Venice, Paul Rainer, Osella of 3-Zecchini, 1784, 
Arms above cock, PAUL - RAINER : DUX - VENET - MVNVS - 
COMVNIT - MVRIANI -, rev. Arms, etc., ANTONIO - MOTTA - 
GIO + RAVANELO - DOM - COLONNA - ANT - NICHETTO (C.N.I. 
Vol. VI, 175/19). Fine and very rare. 


363* NapLes, Bourbon Rulers, Charles, 6-Ducati, 1753, bust right, rev. 
Arms (F.843). Extremely fine. 


364* PALERMO, Charles Bourbon, Oncia, 1741, bust right, rev. phoenix 
(F.887). Very fine. 


365 Parma, Marie Louise, 40-Lire, 1815, bust left, rev. shield (F.933). 
Very fine. 


366* SARDINIA, Charles Felix, 80-Lire, 1825, Turin, head left, rev. 
shield (F.1132). Extremely fine. 


367 —— Charles Albert, 50-Lire, 1836, Turin, head left, rev. shield 
(F.1140). Very fine. 


368 —— —— 20-Lire, 1845, Genoa: Victor Emanuel, 20-Lire, 1854, 
Genoa (F. 1143, 1147). Marked, but very fine. 


369* VaTICAN, Calixtus III (1455-58), Ducat, Arms with cow, rev. St. 
Peter standing (F.8). Very fine and scarce. 


370 —— Pius VI, Doppia or 30-Paoli, 1776, lily, rev. St. Peter seated 
(F.246). Very fine. 


371 —— Pias VIL, Doppia, year 17 (1816), Romie; Arms; rey. St. 
Peter (F.248). Very fine. 


372 —— Pius IX, 20-Lire, 1866 (F.280), very fine; 1-Scudo, 1859 R, 
larger size (F.277), extremely fine. 





ES ag Pius XI, 100-Lire, 1929, bust left, rev. Christ standing 
(F.283). Extremely fine. 
374. —— Pius XII, set in card case, 1950, gold 100-Lire, and 10-, 5-, 


9. and 1-Lire; also in card case, 2- and 1-Lire and 50- 
Centesimi, together with postage stamps. All as issued. 


extremely fine. 2 sets 


hier 


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3716* 


STT* 


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380 


381 


382 


383" 


384 


385 


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LIECHTENSTEIN 


John II, 20-Kronen, 1898, bust left, rev. shield (F.12). Extremely 
fine and rare. 


—— 10-Kronen, 1900, similar (F.14). Extremely fine and rare. 

Francis I, 20-Franken. 1930, bust right, rev. Arms (F.15). Un- 
circulated. 

LITHUANIA 


Sigismund II, Ducat, 1548, crowned head to right, reads REX - 
POL - M*:D - Lirv, rev. Arms (H.C. 7127, R’; F—). Ex- 
tremely fine and very rare. 


MONACO 
Charles III, 100-Francs, 1884, head right, rev. Arms (F.11). Very 
fine. 


—— 20-Francs, similar (F.12). Very fine. 


Albert, 100-Francs, 1896, head left, rev. Arms in oval shield 
(F.13). Good very fine. 


—— —— Another, 1904. Very fine. 


MONTENEGRO 


Nicholas I, 100-Perpera, 1910, plain head right, rev. Arms (F.1). 
Extremely fine and very rare. 


—— 20-Perpera and 10-Perpera, 1910, similar (F.2 and 3). Both 
extremely fine and rare. 


—— 20-Perpera and 10-Perpera, 1910, on 50th year of reign, 
laureate head left, rev. similar (F.5 and 6). Both extremely 


fine. 


NETHERLANDS 


United Provinces, HOLLAND, Philip II of Spain, 4-Real d’or, bust 
left, rev. shield (F.42). Fine. 


tO 


Lor 
387* 


391* 


ao2 


soa" 


394* 
395 


396 


Bel 


398 


6 ee) 


400 


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—— UTRECHT, 14-Guilders, 1763, horseman to right, rev. shield 
(F.134). Extremely fine. 


Kingdom, William I, 10-Guilders, 1833, Utrecht, head left, rev. 
shield (F.7). Very fine. 


—— Wilhelmina, 10-Guilders, 1898, head right (F.23). Almost 
extremely fine. 


— William III, 10-Guilders, 1876, date below; Wilhelmina. 
10-Guilders, 1932; 5-Guilders, 1912; Trade Ducat, 1928 
(F.19; 25, 26, 22). Very fine or better. 


WESTERISIA, 6-Stuivers, 1726, struck in gold, sailing ship to right, 
rev. crowned shield. Extremely fine and rare. 


NORWAY 


Haakon VII, 20- and 10-Kroner, 1910, crowned head right, rev. 
St. Olaf (F. 19 and 20). Extremely fine. 


POLAND 


John Casimir, 2-Ducats, 1660, crowned bust right, rev. Arms, 
TT to either side (F.19; H.C. 2160, R*). Extremely fine. 


PORTUGAL 
John II (1481-95), Cruzado, Arms, rev. cross (F.16). Very fine. 


John III (1521-57), Calvario, shield, rev. cross (F.22). Fine. 


John V, Escudo, 1723, bust right, rev. shield (Vaz. J5, 241; F.69). 
First year of issue. Fine, scarce. 


—— Another, 1744, has been mounted; 4-Escudo, 1740 (F.71). 
Fine. 


— 1}-Moeda of 1,000-Reis, 1712; 400-Reis, 1718 (F.77 and 79). 
Very fine. 


— 1,000-Reis (3), 1719, 1738, 1745. AI fine. 


— 400-Reis (2), 1718, 1722. Very fine. 


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Lor 


401 —— 400-Reis (5), 1726, 1730, 1733, 1741, 1748. Some with 
traces of mounting, mainly fine. 


402 Joseph I, 4-Escudos, 1768, bust right, rev. shield (F.80). Very 


fine. 

403  —— Another, 1774. Fine but has been mounted. 

404 —— 4-Escudo, 1751, similar; 1,000-Reis, 1752 (F.83 and 84). 
Very fine. 


405* Mary I and Peter III, 4-Escudos, 1785, conjoined busts right, 
rev. Shield (F.86). Very fine. 


406* Mary I, 4-Escudos, 1789, bust right, rev. shield (F.92). Very fine. 
407 — Another, 1799, similar. Very fine, scarce. 
408 — 400-Reis, 1780 (with Peter) and 1790 (F.91 and 100). Fine. 


409* John (as Prince Regent), 4-Escudos, 1805, head right, rev. shield 
(F.102). Fine. 


410* —— (as King), 4-Escudos, 1822, similar (F.107). Extremely fine. 
411 — Another, 1823. Good very fine. 

412* Another. Very fine. 

413* ——_ Another, 1824. Extremely fine. 

414* —_ 2-Escudos, 1822, similar (F.108). Extremely fine. 

415* —— Another. Extremely fine. 


416* Michael I, 4-Escudos, 1830, laureate bust right, rev. shield 
(F.115). Extremely fine. 


417* —— 2-Escudos, 1830, similar (F.116). Very fine. 


418* Mary II, 4-Escudos, 1834, bust left with diadem, rev. shield 
(F.120). Very fine. 


419 —— 2,500-Reis, 1851 (F.122). Very fine. 


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Lor 


420 —— Another. Very fine. 


421 Peter V, 2,000-Reis, 1856; 1,000-Reis, 1855 (F.127 and 128). 
Both very fine. 


422 Louis I, 5,000-Reis, 1862 (F.129). Very fine. 


423* — 10,000-Reis, 1878, head left, rev. draped shield (F.131). 
Very fine. 

424 — Another, 1880. Very fine. 

425 —— Another, 1883. Very fine. 

426 —— 5,000 Reis, 1871 (F.132); 2,000-Reis, 1864 (F.130). Very 
fine and better. 

427 —— 2,000-Reis (3), 1864, 1865, 1866. All very fine. 

ROUMANIA 


428 Carol I, 100-Lei, 1906, on 40th year of reign, young and old 
heads to left (F.4). A little buffed, very fine. 


429* ——— Another. Very fine. 


430* —— 50-Lei, 1906, on 40th year of reign, uniformed bust left, 
rev. Ruler on horse (F.6). Very fine. 


431] —— 25-Lei and 12}-Lei, on 40th year of reign, obv. similar, rev. 
eagle (F.7 and 8). Both very fine. 


432* Ferdinand I, 50-Lei, 1922, on his coronation, crowned bust left, 
rev. crowned bust right of Queen Marie (F.11). Extremely 


fine. 


RUSSIA 


433* Peter I, the Great, 2-Roubles, 1722, laureate bust right, rev. St. 
Andrew (F.65; Sev. 93). Very fine. 


434* Peter III, 10-Roubles, 1762, bust right, rev. cross of four shields 
(F.91). Very fine, rev. better, and rare one-year type. 


437 
438 


439 


440* 


441* 


442* 


443 


444 


445* 


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Catherine II, the Great, 10-Roubles, 1767, bust right, rev. cross 
of four shields (F.94). Very fine, rev. better. 


Nicholas I, platinum 6-Roubles, 1831, double eagle, rev. value 
(F.122; Sev. 603). Extremely fine and rare. 


—— Platinum 3-Roubles, 1831, similar (F.123; Sev. 602). Fine. 
—— Another, 1834 (Sev. 611). Very fine. 


Alexander III, 5-Roubles, 1885 (F.129); Nicholas II, 10-Roubles 
and 5-Roubles, 1899 (F.139 and 140). Very fine. 


Soviet Union, 10-Roubles or Chervonetz, 1923, sower, rev. ham- 
mer and sickle (F.141). Good very fine, scarce. 


SAN MARINO 


Republic, 20-Lire, 1925, St. Marinus standing, rev. three towers 
(F.1). Extremely fine and rare. 


—— 10-Lire, 1925, similar. Extremely fine and rare. 

SERBIA 

Milan I, 20- and 10-Dinars, 1882, head right, rev. value (F.4 and 
5). Very fine. 

SPAIN 

Almoradive Amirs (1056-1147), Dinar, native legends both sides 


(F.31/28). Very fine. 


Peter I (1350-69), Dobla, Seville mint, crowned bust left, rev. 
Arms of Leon and Castille (F.6). Very fine and well struck. 


446* John II (1460-74), Dobla de la banda, Seville mint, shield, rev. 


Arms of Leon and Castille (F.12). Edge a little damaged 
by IOHANES, better than fine. 


447* Ferdinand and Isabella (1476-1516), 4-Excellentes, Segovia mint, 


facing busts, aqueduct m.m. above, 4 over K below, rev. 
eagle holding shield (F.25; Heiss 1, 123/58). Has probably 
been gilt, but fine and very rare. 


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448* —— 2-Excellentes, Seville mint, similar to previous but star and 
pellets above and S m.m. below (F.28). Very fine. 


449 Charles and Joanna, 1-Escudo, Seville mint, shield, star to left, 
S m.m. to right, rev. cross (F.45). Fine. 


450 Ferdinand VI, 4-Escudo, 1749, Madrid, J.B. (F.129), extremely 
fine; another, 1751, Seville, P.J. (F.130), very fine. 


451 —— 4-Escudos (2), 1751, 1758, Madrid, J.B. Very fine. 

452 — Charles III, 4-Escudos (2), 1786, Madrid, D.V. (F.145), both 
fine; Ferdinand VII, 4-Escudo, 1817, Madrid, G.J. (F.170), 
very fine. 


453 Isabella IH, 100-Reales, 1856 (F.182), very fine; 2-Escudos, 1865 
(F.189), solder on rev. 


454 Alfonso XII, 25-Pesetas (2), 1878, 1880 (F.193). Very fine. 


455 Alfonso XIII, 100-Pesetas, 1897, child head right (F.198). Very 
fine. 


456* ——— 20-Pesetas, 1904, uniformed bust (F.200). Extremely fine. 


SWEDEN 
457 Oscar II, 20-Kronor, 1884, head right, rev. crowned, draped 
shield (F.70). Extremely fine. 


458 — 10-Kronor, 1901 (F.71); 5-Kronor, 1894 (F.72). Both ex- 
tremely fine. 


SWITZERLAND 
459 Vreneli, 20-Francs, 1922 B; 10-Francs, 1911 (F.7 and 9). About 


extremely fine. 


460* Zuricu, +-Ducat, 1748, rampant lion, “ev. Arms (F.405). Very 
fine. 


TURKEY 


461 Mahmud II, 2-Mahbub or Sequin, A.H. 1223, year 11 (wt. 4.784 
gms.), and 4-Altin, A.H. 1223, year 24, both extremely fine; 
Mohammed V, 100-Piastres, A.H. 1325, year 2 (F.44), very 
fine. 


Lor 
462 


463 


464 


465* 


466 


467 


468* 


469 


470 


47] 


a7 


Abdul Hamid II, 500-Piastres, A.H. 1293, year 2, standard coin- 
age type (F.32). Very fine. 


Ismet Inonu, President, 500-Piastres, 1923, year 20 (F.89). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


YUGOSLAVIA 
Alexander I, 20-Dinars, 1925, head left (F.1). Extremely fine. 


— 4-Ducats, 1931, conjoined busts left, rev. double-eagle, gold 
stamp (as always) on oby. (F.2). Extremely fine. 


GOLD COINS OF ASIA AND AFRICA 
AFGHANISTAN 


Amanullah, 1-Amani, A.H. 1304 (1926), throne room, rev. 
toughra (F.30). Very fine. 


AUSTRALIA 


Victoria, Sydney mint, Sovereign, 1855; Half-Sovereign, 1866. 
Fine and fair. 


BURMAH 


Mindon Min, 2-Rupees, C.S. 1228 (1866), temple lion, rev. legend 
in wreath (F.3). Very fine. 


—— 1-Rupee, C.S. 1228 (1866), similar (F.—), very fine; Theban, 
Rupee (1880), peacock (F.7), fine. 


CAMBODIA 


Norodom I, ‘souvenir’ gold issue, 50-Cents, 1860, head left, rev. 
Arms (F.5). Struck, as always, from rusty dies, extremely 
fine, rare. 


CEYLON 


Early Period (840-1295), Stater, Ruler standing and seated, in 
crude style (F.1). Very fine. 


Lor 


472* 


473 


474* 


475 


476 


477 


478 


479 


480 


481* 


482 


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CHINA 


Sun Yat Sen, 20-Cents (1912), presentation piece struck in gold, 
head to left, rev. crossed flags (Kann 1551). Extremely fine, 
rare. 

EGYPT 

Abdul Hamid, 100-Piastres, A.H. 1297, year 12 (2—F.23). Very 
fine and extremely fine. 


Fuad, 500-Piastres, 1922, in red gold, bust to right, rev. legend 
(F.25). Brilliant. 


—— 100-Piastres, yellow gold; 50-Piastres (2) and 20-Piastres, 
similar (F. 28, 29, 30). All extremely fine. 


Republic, Pound, 1955, yellow gold, chariot, rev. legend and 
wreath (F.40). Extremely fine. 


ETHIOPIA 
Menelik II, Wark and 4-Wark, struck in 1916, crowned head 
right, rev. Lion of Judah (F. 20, 21). Both extremely fine. 


Haile Selassie, gold medal, conjoined busts left with Empress, 
rev. palace, 32mm. Extremely fine. 


GERMAN EAST AFRICA 


Tabora or 15-Rupees, 1916 T, elephant, rev. eagle, type I, scrolls 
under C and A (F.1). Trace of having been mounted, very 


fine. 


HEJAZ 


Husein Ibn Ali, Dinar, 1923, legend in panels both sides (F.1). 
Very fine. 


INDIA 


Bahawalpur, Sadik Mohammed V, Mohur, A.H. 1343 (1925), 
bust left, rev. Arms (F.42). Extremely fine, rare. 


Hyderabad, Mohur, Persian type, A.H. 1326 (1908) (F.224), ex- 
tremely fine; Madras, Pagoda, neat style (1810) (F.263), 
very fine. 


Lor 
483 


484 


485* 


486* 


487* 


489 


490* 


491* 


492 


493 


494 


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Murshidabad, Mohur, A.H. 1202 (1787) (F.275), and a gold 
temple token, showing dancers both sides, 15mm. Both 
very fine. 


Travancore, Pagoda (1881-1924), neat style, shell, rev. legend 
(F.332). Extremely fine. 


JAPAN 
Bunsei, Koban, 1716, several bankers’ stamps (F.14; J. & V. 
B.106). Very fine. 


10-Yen, Meiji 30 (1897), radiant sun (F.51, J. & V. M.5). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


—— Another, Meiji 32 (1899), similar J. & V. M.7). Extremely 
fine. 


5-Yen, Meiji 31 (1898), similar (J. & V. N.30). Extremely fine. 


NEPAL 


Survendra Vikrama, 4-Mohar, Saka 1780 (Craig 161), very fine; 
Tribhubana, Rupee, Saka 2000 (F.26), extremely fine. 


NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES 


Java, 4-Gold Rupee, 1799, legend and date and legend (Scholten 
448; F.12). Extremely fine and rare. 


PERSIA 


Naseredin, 10-Tomans, A.H. 1313 (1895), facing bust, rev. legend 
(F.60). Nearly extremely fine. 


—— 2-Tomans, A.H. 1299; Tomans, A.H. 1297 and 1311; 4- and 
1/5th-Toman (varieties of F.62-65). Trace of mount on 
last, others very fine or better. 


Muzaffaredin, 2- and 1-Toman, bust right; 1/5th-Toman, bust 
left (this not in F., others F.68, 69); Mohammed Ali, 1-, 
4- and 1/5th-Toman (F. 81-83). All very fine. 


—— i- and 1/5th-Toman, lion type (F.77, 78); Pahlevi, A.H. 
1334; TurKEY, 25-Piastres, A.H. 1293, year 31. All about 
extremely fine. 


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Lor 


SIAM 


495* Mongkut, 8-Ticals (1863), crown between umbrellas, rev. elephant 
within chakra (F.15). Weak, but good very fine. 


496 -—— 4-Ticals (1863), similar (F.16). Very fine. 


497* Chulalongkorn (1868-1910), 2-Ticals, bust left, rev. crown and 
umbrellas (F.26). Extremely fine. 


SOUTH AFRICA 


498* Burgers, Pond, 1874, bearded bust left, fine beard type, rev. Arms 
(F.1). Extremely fine to uncirculated, very rare thus. 


499* —__ Another, 1874, coarse beard type. Has been mounted, fine. 


500 Kruger, Pond, 1894 (F.2), fine; 4-Pond, 1892, double shaft (F.3), 
very fine. 


501* Veldt Pond, 1902, ZAR in script, rev. EEN POND (F.4). Nearly 
extremely fine for issue. 


TUNIS 


502 French Protectorate, 20- and 10-Francs, 1901 (F.12, 13). Both 
very fine. 


END OF FIRST DAY'S SALE 


41 
Second Day’s Sale 
Thursday, 23rd November, 1972 


commencing at 10 a.m. precisely 


A HIGHLY IMPORTANT GROUP OF 
GOLD BULLION BARS FROM MEXICO 


All the following ten lots originate from Mexico and date from 

the reign of Philip V (1700-1746). The bars would appear all to 

be cast with the inscription HISP LT ID, with a crowned shield of 

arms; the bars are then stamped with the date and other symbols 
as described. 


Lor 


503* Rectangular bar, 1741, 46 mm. by 25 mm. by 9 mm., reads HISpP, 
stamped 71 and Mo, rev. stamped 1741, + ILI, partial 
design of castle and M over F in angles of cross within 
circular indentation, wt. 156.41 gms. Very fine. 


504* Rectangular bar, 1744, 44mm. by 32mm. by 8mm., reads HISP, 
stamped Mo twice and III+V, rev. stamped 1744, castle/ 
Vicastle/M over F in angles of cross within circular 
indentation, this double-struck, wt. 159.28 gms. Very fine. 


505* Square bar, 1744, 41mm. by 39mm. by 10mm., reads HIS, 
stamped IV +, rey. 1744 above similar circular design, Mo 
in bottom corners, traces of the circular design on all four 
edges, wt. 179.67 gms. Very fine. 


*.’ From the Hess/Leu Auction, 17/10/62 (lot 856). 


506* Rectangular bar, 1744, 95 mm. by 31mm. by 9mm., reads HisP/ 
shield/ET ID, stamped 1744 and Mo at end, rev. similar 
circular design, U1V +, Mo and trace of being struck with 
the reverse die of a pillar dollar, wt. 358.1 gms. Very fine. 


507* A large rectangular bar, 1744, 118mm. by 33mm. by 9mm., 
reads [HIS]P/shield/ET [1D], stamped with similar but larger 
circular indentation at each end, 1744 above, XV— below, 
rey. stamped twice with reverse die of pillar dollar, show- 
ing Mo mint mark, 1744, P.HS.V (Philippus V?), XVII, +, 
wt. 498.96 gms. Very fine and an impressive bar. 


Lor 


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5U8* Smaller rectangular bar, 1746, 88 mm. by 21 mm. by 7mm., reads 


HIsp/shield/kET ID, rev. two partial circular designs, stamped 
1746, Mo and VII, wt. 193.05 gms. Very fine. 


509* Small rectangular bar, 1746, 46mm. by 21mm. by 8mm., reads 


[H1s]p, stamped I, large circular design, rev. stamped with 
reverse die of pillar dollar, PHSV, 1746, wt. 139.19 gms. 
Very fine. 


510* Square bar, 1746, 32mm. by 30mm. by 9mm., struck with ob- 


verse and reverse dies of pillar dollar, stamped 1746 on 
one edge and castle and M over F (from circular design) on 
another, wt. 133.42 gms. Somewhat bruised, very fine. 


511* Square bar (1746?), 33 mm. square by 4mm., struck with obverse 


and reverse dies of pillar dollar, stamped V+ on one edge, 
wt. 86.315 gms. Extremely fine striking, making a pleasing 
bar. 


‘.’ From the Hess/Leu Auction, 17/10/1962 (lot 858). 


512* Rectangular bar, 1746, 47 mm. by 26mm. by 8mm., reads H[ISP], 


S13 


stamped with reverse die of pillar dollar, Mo and XVI, rev. 
stamped with large circular design, 1746, PHSV, XVI, +, 
wt. 155.85 gms. Very fine. 


COINS IN SILVER AND OTHER METALS 


Spain and the Spanish Possessions 
in the New World 


METROPOLITAN SPAIN 


Charles II, Croat, 1657, Barcelona; Philip I, Real, 1607, 
Segovia. Both attractively toned and extremely fine or 
nearly so. 


514* Philip V, 8-Reales, 1718 M, Seville (Vic. 991; Yr. 1.467 var.) 


515 


Good fine and rare. 


Charles UI, 4-Reales, 1761 JV, Seville (Vic. 2877; Pel. 1549). 
Very fine. 


516* Charles IV, 8-Reales, 1788 C, Seville (Calb. 1659; Vic. 4646; Yr. 


1.489). Fine and very rare. 


Lor 
Shi 


518 


B29 


520 


323 


524 


525* 


S267 


S27 


S28" 


5297 


S3U* 


S31" 


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—— 8-Reales, 1803 CN, Seville (Calb. 1674; Vic. 4752; Yr. 
1.503). Fine and scarce. 


Ferdinand VII, Emergency 8-Reales, 1808, Gerona (Vic. 6287; 
Yr. 863). Fair. 


—— §$-Reales, 1811 CI, Cadiz (Calb. 26; Vic. 6328; Yr. 857). 
Fine and very rare. 


—_— 8-Reales, 1815 GJ, Madrid (Vic. 6427). Good fine. 
— 8-Reales, 1818 CJ, Seville (Vic. 6470). Fine. 


— 20-Reales, 1822SR, Madrid; Isabel II, 20-Reales, 1854, 
Madrid; Provisional Govt., 5-Pesetas, 1870 (1870); Amadeo 
I, 5-Pesetas, 1871 (1874). Fine or better. 


No lot. 


Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century minor denominations, mainly 
in silver. Generally fine or very fine, a few better. 


VICEROYALTY OF NEW SPAIN 
Charles and Johanna, 4-Reales, late series, Mexico, ens. O. A 
bold and very good fine. 


— Another, ens. L. Signs of sea corrosion, about fine. 


—— 1-Reales, Mexico, ens. O and (badly formed) L. Both 
about fine. 


Philip II, 4-Reales, Mexico, ens. O. A bold and good fine, 
pleasantly toned. 


—— 2-Reales, Mexico, ens. O. A bold fine, toned. 


—— ]-Real, Mexico, ens. O. Edge somewhat ragged, otherwise 
a bold fine, nicely toned. 


Philip V, 8-Reales, 1733 MF, Mexico, “early type” on irregularly 
clipped planchet (Calb. 735; Vic. 1058; Yr. 593). Pierced 
and plugged at circa 12 o'clock, otherwise almost very fine; 
rare, 


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Lor 
532" 


533 


534 


a5) 


536 


538 


ba 


540* 


541* 


542 


543 


44 


—— 4-Reales, 1745 MF, Mexico (Pel. 1397; Vic. 907). Some- 
what polished but still quite an attractive specimen; ex- 
tremely fine and rare. 


— Cob 8-Reales (3); Cob 4-Reales, ens. J. Two dated 1722. 
Very good and rare. 


Ferdinand VI, 8-Reales, 1758 MM, Mexico; Charles  IIf, 
8-Reales, 1761 MM, 1784 MF, 1770 FM. Fair or better. 


Charles HII, 8-Reales, 1770 FM, 1770 MF, Mexico (Calb. 798, 
797; Vic. 3094, 3093). Both almost very fine. 


Charles III, 8-Reales, 1784 FM, Mexico; Charles IV, 8-Reales, 
1792 FM, 1804 TH, Mexico; Ferdinand VII, 8-Reales, 
1811 HJ, Mexico, 1821 RG, Zacatecas. Generally fine or 
better. 


* Charles TV, 8-Reales, 1804 TH, Mexico, reads CARLUS in error, 


with unofficial stamp F. CILES on obverse and reverse. Fine. 


*.’ Only one other of this error is believed to exist. 


Ferdinand VII, 8-Reales, 1810 HJ, 1812 JJ, Mexico; 1820 AG, 
1821 RG, Zacatecas; 1821 FS, Guadalajara. Generally fine. 


—— Emergency 8-Reales, 1811, Zacatecas (Vic. 6350). A bold 
good fine and rare. 


—— Emergency 8-Reales, 1812, Sombrerete, issued by Fernando 
Vargas (Calb. 1708s Yt. 7727/7753 Vics 68725 GS, 1a136). 
Very good and rare. 


— 8-Reales, 1822 RP, Chihuahua (struck over a cast Chihua- 
hua peso—as they all were), with T and “‘crowned pillars”’ 
counterstamp (Calb. 52; Yr. 725; Vic. 6508). Good fine 
and very rare. 


8-Reales, 1775 FM, 1788 FM, 1799FM, 1806TH, 1809 TH, 
1816 JJ, 1817JJ, 1818JJ, 1820JJ, Mexico; 1820 AG, 
1821 RG, Zacatecas; 1821 FS, Guadalajara (2). Generally 
fair or fine. 


CAPTAINCY GENERAL OF GUATEMALA 


Ferdinand VII, 8-Reales, 1821 M, Nueva Guatemala. Mint state 
and scarce. 


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45 


Lor 
544 —— Another. Some surface abrasions, otherwise mint state. 
CAPTAINCY GENERAL OF CHILE 
Mint of Santiago 

545* Charles IEI, 8-Reales, 1782 DA (Vic. 3181; Yr. 1.241; Calb. 
1396). Two edge bruises, otherwise about fine, rare. 

546* Charles IV, 8-Reales, 1793 DA (Vic. 4683; Yr. 1.254; Calb. 
1411). Good fine and rare. 

547* —— Another, 1794DA (Vic. 4689; Yr. 1.255; Calb. 1412). 
About very fine and rare. 

548* —— Another, 1796 DA (Vic. 4709; Yr. 1.258; Calb. 1416). 
Almost very fine and rare. 

549* —— Another, 1797 DA (Vic. 4722; Yr. 1.260; Calb. 1418). A 
bold good fine and rare. 

550* —— Another, 1799 DA. (Vic. 4722; Yr. 1.260; Calb. 1418). A 
bold very good fine and rare. 

551 —— Another, 1802 JJ (Vic. 4742; Yr. 1.263; Calb. 1421). Sea- 
corroded and subsequently cleaned, otherwise fine; rare. 

552* t—— Another, 1805 FJ (Vic. 4764; Yr. 1.266; Calb. 1426). Signs 
of sea corrosion, subsequently cleaned and artificially toned; 
abrasions on bust, otherwise very fine, rare. 

553 —— Another. Fine and rare. 

554* —— Another. Hairline mark across neck, otherwise about ex- 
tremely fine, pleasantly and lightly toned; rare. 

555* —— Another, 1806FJ (Vic. 4769; Yr. 1.267; Calb. 1427). 
Toned, quite pleasingly, and about extremely fine; rare. 

556* —— Another, 1807 FJ (Vic. 4774; Yr. 1.268; Calb. 1428). A 
very good fine and rare. 

557* —— Another, 1808 FJ (Vic. 4782; Yr. 1.269; Calb. 1430). Signs 


of corrosion and subsequent cleaning, scratches on parts of 
rev. field, otherwise very fine and rare. 


Lor 
558* 


559* 


560 


S61* 


562 


563 


564% 


565* 


566* 


S60 


568* 


369" 


Lh 


Pl 


a ps 


5 Si sa 


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Ferdinand VII, 8-Reales, 1812 FJ (Vic. 6370; Yr. 1.275; Calb. 


1437). A bold fine and rare. 


Another, 1813 FJ (Vic. 6395; Yr. 1.276; Calb. 1438). Ex- 
tremely fine and rare. 


Another. Fine and rare. 


Another, 1814 FJ (Vic. 6417; Yr. 1.277; Calb. 1439). 
About very fine and rare. 


Another, 1815 FJ (Vic. 6431; Yr. 1.278; Calb. 1440). Fair 
and rare. 


8-Reales, 1792 DA, 180? FJ, 1811 FJ, 1816 FJ. All very 
worn and/or impaired. 


Charles HII, 4-Reales, 1775 DA (Vic. 2945; Pel. 1721). Only fair 


but extremely rare. 


Another. 1786 DA (Vic. 3016; Pel. 1732). Fair and with 
two gashes on obv. field, but extremely rare. 


Charles IV, 4-Reales, 1789 DA (Vic. 4528; Pel. 1858). Fine/good 


fine; a nice example of this outstanding rarity. 


Another, 1791 DA, oby. legend reads CAROLUS TI (Vic. 
4542; Pel. 1863). About fine, pierced at c. I1 o'clock; 
extremely rare. 


Another, 1793 DA (Vic. 4554; Pel. 1866). Almost very fine 
and rare. 


Another, 1795 DA (Vic. 4567; Pel. 1868). Fair and rare. 


Another, 1796 DA (Vic. 4573; Pel. 1869). A bold fine/ 
about very fine; rare. 


Another, 1797 DA (Vic. 4579; Pel. 1870). Fair, perhaps a 
trifle better, and rare. 


Another, 1799 DA (Vic. 4589; Pel. 1872). Fine and rare. 


Another, 1800 AJ (Vic. 4594; Pel. 1873). Fair/fine and 
rare. 


578* —— 


579 —— 


579A*—— 


580* —— 


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Another, 1801 AJ (Vic. 4600; Pel. 1874). Fine and rare. 
Another, 1802 JJ (Vic. 4605; Pel. 1875). Fair and rare. 


Another, 1804 FJ (Vic. 4620; Pel. 1877). Toned, but prob- 
ably cleaned at one stage, very fine and rare. 


Another, 1806 FJ (Vic. 4631; Pel. 1879). Almost very fine/ 
very fine and rare. 


Another, 1807 FJ (Vic. 4636; Pel. 1880). Fine to very fine 
and rare. 


Another. Almost fine and rare. 


Another, 1808 FJ (Vic. 4643; Pel. 1881). Very fine and 
scarce. 


Another, 1808/7 FJ (Vic. 4643; Pel. 1881). Small ‘w’ very 
lightly engraved on obvy. field, otherwise good fine and 
scarce. 


581* Ferdinand VII, 4-Reales, 1810 FJ (Vic. 6194; Pel. 2032). Fine 


582* —— 


583* —— 


534* —— 


585 —— 


and scarce. 


Another, 1812 FJ (Vic. 6209; Pel. 2034). A bold good fine 
and scarce. 


Another, 1813 FJ (Vic. 6217; Pel. 2035). Struck just a trifle 
off-centre, quite pleasant deep tone and virtually very fine; 
scarce. 


Another, but inverted J (Pel. 2036). A little cleaned, other: 
wise good fine and rare. 


Another, 1815 FJ (Vic. 6233; Pel. 2038). Scratched and 
tooled in fields, otherwise fair; rare. 


- 586 4-Reales, 1806 FJ, 1805 FJ, 1811 FJ; interesting, probably more 


or less contemporary copy of an 1808 FJ 4-Reales; 2- 
Reales, 1816 FJ. All worn and/or pierced or impaired. 


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VICEROYALTY OF PERU 
Mint of Lima 
LOT 
587* Ferdinand VI, 4-Reales, 1758JM (Vic. 1917; Pel. 1946). 


Attractively toned and alnost extremely fine; very rare. 
extremely fine and scarce. 


588* —— 2-Reales, 1754JD (R.L. 804; Vic. 1828). Alttractively 
toned, extremely fine and scarce. 

589* —— 1]-Real, 1756 JM (Vic. 1765). Toned, almost extremely fine 
and scarce. 


590 Charles III, 8-Reales, 1762 JM, 1781 Ml: 2-Reales, 1777 MI. 
Fair or better. 


591 Charles ITV, 8-Reales, 1804JP, 1800 JJ (2), 1801 JJ, 1799 JJ. 
The first extremely fine, others fair or better. 


592 Ferdinand VII, Emergency 8-Reales, 1824, crown and date 
counterstamp on 1823 JP Republican 8-Reales (Eliz. 3; 
C. 1254; Calb. 427). Good fine and scarce, but pierced at 
Ci 2 O CLOCK 


Mint of Potosi 


593 Philip II, 8-Reales, ensayador unclear; another, ensayador ex- 
tremely faint but probably A. Fine to very fine. 


594 — Another, ensayador A. P and A sharp, and a bold and 
pleasantly toned very fine. 


595 Philip HI, 8-Reales, ensayadors R (2); Philip IV, 8-Reales, 
1656 E. Fair to fine, latter pierced. 


596 Philip V (or Luis I), 8-Reales, 1727 y; Philip V, 8-Reales, 
1739 M, 1743 C; Ferdinand VI, 8-Reales, 1751 E. Fine. 


597 Ferdinand VI, 8-Reales, 1754 E, 1758 ?, 1759 Q, 1760 Q. Fine. 
598 Charles III, Cob 8-Reales, 1761 V, 1762 V, 1764 V, 1766 ?. Fine. 
509 ==—— Cob:8-Reales, 1767 7, 0771 V, T7722? Pine: 


600* —— Pillar 8-Reales, 1769 JR (Calb. 1235; Vic. 3090; Yr. 1.129). 
Pleasantly toned, almost extremely fine and scarce. 


Lor 
601 


602 


603 


607 


608* 


609 


610 


610 


611 


612 


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VICEROYALTY OF LA PLATA 
Mint of Potosi 


Charles III, 8-Reales, 1777 PR (2), 1778 PR, 1779 PR, 1783 PR, 
1789 PR. Fair or fine. 


Charles IV, 8-Reales, 1789 PR, 1791 PR (reads ur), 1793 PR (2), 
1794 PR, TF79S PP, 1796 PP, 1797 PR, 1798 PP; 1801 PP. 
Fair or fine. 


—— 8-Reales, 1790 PR, 1797 PP, 1798 PP (2), 1800 PP (2), 
1802 PP’ (2), 1805 PY, 1808"PP @). Fair or fe. 


— 8-Reales, 1801 PP, 1802 PP, 1803 PJ, i804 PJ (2), 1805 PJ 
(2), 1806 PJ (2), 1807 PJ (2), 1808 PJ. Fair or fine. 


Ferdinand VII, 8-Reales, 1809 JJ. Fine and scarce. 


— 8-Reales, 1813 PJ, 1814 PJ, 1815 PJ, 1816 PJ, 1817 PJ (2), 
Tole Py (Cy) 1si9 PI, (821 Py, s22 Ps, 1824 Pl. fair or 


fine. 


—— 8-Reales, 1820 PJ, 1821 PJ, 1822 PJ, 1823 PJ, 1824 PJ (3), 
1825 JL (3). Fair or fine, a few slightly better. 


CAPTAINCY GENERAL OF VENEZUELA 


Ferdinand VII, 4-Reales, 1819 BS, Caracas (Pel. 1947; Vic. 6252; 
C. 7). Pierced at c. 6 o'clock, nearly fine; very rare. 


—— 2-Reales, 1818 BS, Caracas, with F7 (4), different dies (Vic. 
6080; C. 6). Fair or fine. 


—— 2-Reales, 1818 BS, Caracas, with F7 (4), different dies (Vic. 
6080; C. 6). Fair or fine. 


—— 2-Reales, 1819 BS (3), different dies, 1819/8 BS, Caracas 
(Vic. 6089; C. 6). Fine. 


—— 2-Reales, 1819 BS, 1819/8 BS, 1820 (2), different dies, 
Caracas (Vic. 6089, 6099; C. 6). Fine. 


—— 2-Reales, 1818 BS without F7, 1819 BS (2), different dies 
(Vic. 6079 and 6089; C.6). The former pierced and with 
edge chip, otherwise about fine or better. 


dial 


V2 


12 


Wz 


Lot 
613 


614 


615 


616* 


617* 


618* 


G19* 


620* 


G21 


622 


6237 


624* 


625 


50 


—— 1-Real, 1818 BS, Caracas (Vic. 5908; C.5). Pierced at c. 
12 o'clock and very worn; rare. 


—— |-Real, 1821 BS, Caracas (Vic. 5929; C.5). Pierced at c. 
5 o'clock, good fine; rare. 


PUERTO RICO 
Alphonso XIII, Peso, 1895 (Y.5). Almost very fine and scarce. 


A Fine and Comprehensive Collection of 
SILVER COBS OF THE MINT OF POTOSI 
Philip If (1555-1598) 


8-Reales, ensay. B. A pleasing full coin, fine to very fine. 


— ensay. B. A bold and atiractive coin of neat workmanship, 
very fine, pierced at c. 12 o'clock. 


— ensay. B. Almost fine. 


—— ensay. A. Almost fine. 
— ensay. A/B? A bold and good fine. 


4-Reales, ensay. A. A sharp fresh coin, pleasantly toned, very 
fine and rare. 


—— ensay. L. Rather heavily corroded, very good and rare. 


*. Sellschop (Las Acunaciones de las cecas de Lima, La Plata 
y Potosi 1568-1651) associates this ensayador with the mint 
of Lima. 
— ensay. M. Fine to very fine/almost fine and rare. 


‘The ensayador M, during 1573?, is also associated with 
Lima by Sellschop. 


2-Reales, ensay. B. A bold and very pleasant very fine, rare. 


—— ensay. A/B. A distinct and interesting overstamp; pierced 
at c. 10 o’clock and fair to fine, rare. 


31 
LoT 


626 —— ensay. B; Real, ensay. B (2). Fair or fine, one pierced. 


Philip TI (1598-1621) 
627* 8-Reales, ensay. M. About fine. 


628* ——— ensay. B, mu struck in error. A bold very fine. 

629* —— ensay. B. Fair. 

630* —— ensay. R. Bold and almost very fine. 

631* —— ensay. Q. Almost fine. 

632 —— ensay. Q. Pierced at c. 10 o'clock, fair but P and Q quite 
distinct. 


633* 4-Reales, ensay. B. Good fine, rare. 


634* —— ensay R. Almost fine, rare. 
635 —— ensay. Q. Almost fine, rare. 
436* —— ensay. B/R. About very fine and rare. 


437* 2-Reales, ensay. R? Very fine, rare. 


638 —— ensays. M and T (second coin possibly belongs to the reign 
of Philip IV). Fair. 


639* Real, ensay. R. Fine and rare. 


Philip IV (1621-1665) 
640* 8-Reales, ensay. T. Almost fine. 
’.* This may belong to the reign of Philip 11. 


641* ensay. P? Somewhat double-struck, good fine. 








642* ensay. I. Fine. 


643 —— ensay. O. Fair. 


Lor 
644* 


645 
646 
647 
648 
649* 
650* 


651* 


527 


653" 


654 


G55 


656 


65/* 


658 


659 


660 


661 


662 


52 


—— 1651 E, crowned F counterstamp on reverse. Edge a iittle 
ragged, otherwise very fine. 


—— 1652 E. Heavily corroded, very good. 

—— 1654 E. Par fo fine. 

— 1654E. Almost fine. 

—— 1656E. Fair. 

—— 1656E. Fair. 

—— 1657E. A little double-struck, almost very fine. 
— 1658 E. Pierced at c. 9 o'clock, fair. 

—— 1660E. Has been cleaned, fair. 

— 1663(?)E. Double-struck, fair. 


— 1664E. Severe cut on edge, fair. 


4-Reales, 1653 E. Ensay., date and mark of value distinct; crack 
on edge and fair to fine, very rare. 


— 1656E. Very good and very rare. 

—— 1658E. A bold fine, rare. 

2-Reales, 1654 E. Fair to fine, rare. 

—— 1655E. Fair, rare. 

—— 1666, Pierced ai c. 5 o'clock, fair to fine. 


Reales, 1654 E, 1655 FE, 1656E, 1657E, 1658E. Pierced and 
generally fair. 


Reales, 1658 E, 1660 E, 1662 E, 1663 E, 1665 E, 1666 E. Mostly 
pierced and fair or fine. 


oS 


Charles I (1665-1700) 
Lor 


663* 8-Reales, 1668 E. Fine. 
664 —— 1669 E. Pierced at c. 9 o'clock, fine. 


665* ——— 1670, circular presentation piece. With loop for suspen- 
sion and good fine, very rare. 


666 —— 1673 E. Double-struck, rather severe cut on edge, fair to 
fine. 

667 —— 1678. Ensay. obliterated, pierced and plugged, good to very 
good. 

668 —— 1679C. Pierced at c. 9 o'clock, fair. 

669* —— 1681 V. Heavily double-struck, fine. 

670* —— 1683 V. Pierced at c. 12 o'clock, a bold fine. 

671* —— 1685 VR. Dull patination, fair / fine. 

672 —— 1686 VR. About fine. 

673 —— 1687 VR. Large piercing at c. I] o'clock, fair to fine. 

674 —— 1691 VR. About fine. 

675 —— 1692 VR. Cut on edge, otherwise fine. 

676* —— 1694 VR. Fine. 

677* —— 1695 VR. About fine. 

678 —— 1696 VR. Very good. 

679 —— ae Y. Pierced at c. 12 o'clock, traces of gilding, very 
good. 


680* 4-Reales, 1678 E, retrograde 4. Fair to fine and rare. 


681" —— 6/9 C. Finevand rare. 


*,’ Ensayador unrecorded by J. Pellicer 1 Brit. 


LOT 
682 


683 


684 


685* 
686 


687 


688 


689 


690 


691 


692 


693 


694* 


695 


696 


697 


698 


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— 1697 VR. Quite a pleasing coin, very fine and rare. 


2-Reales, 1667, 1671 E, 1672 E, 1682 V, 1683 V. Fair or fine, one 
pierced. 


— 1684 VR, 1684 V, 1689 VR, 1690 VR, 1693 VR, 1694 VR. 
Fair or fine, two pierced. 


— 1695 VR. A sharp very fine. 


Reales, 1670E, 1682 VR, 1684 VR (2), 1686 VR, 1687 VR, 
1689 VR. Fair or fine. 


—— 1688 VR, 1689 VR (2), 1690 VR, 1693 VR, 1700 VR. Two 
pierced, fair or fine. 


Half-Reales, 1679, 1680, 1683, 1684, 1685, 1686, 1687, 1691, 
1694, 1695. 


Philip V (1700-1747) 
8-Reales, 1701 Y. Fair to about fine. 


— 1703 Y. Cracked at c. 5 o'clock, about fine. 
— 1708 Y. Fair. 

—— 1713 Y. Fair to fine. 

— 1714Y. Fair 


— 1715 Y, Circular presentation piece. Rather polished, 
pierced at c. 12 o'clock, and slightly damaged on reverse: 
date and legend, etc. distinct, good fine and rare. 


=== WIS x, aU 
—— 1720 Y. Ensayador obliterated, fair. 
secs LIZ Ms ME, 


—— 1/31 M. Farr. 


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55 


Lor 

699* —— 1734 E, circular base silver copy, of reasonably neat work- 
manship; possibly local Amerindian. Pierced at c. 3 
o'clock, very good fine. 

700 —— 1735E. About fine. 

701 —— 1736E. Heavily double-struck, fine. 

702 —— Another. Fine. 

703. —— 1737M. Fine. 

704* —— 1737E. A bold fine. 

705 —— 1738M. Large piercing at c. 3 o'clock, about fine. 

706 —— 1740M. Almost fine. 

707 —— 1741M. Fair. 

708* —— 1742C. Fine. 

709* —— 1743C. A circular coin in exceptional condition, pierced 
at 9 o'clock, very fine and lightly toned. 

710 —— 1743C. Fair. 

711 —— 1744V. Fine. 


712 4-Reales, 1717 Y. Double-struck, fair to fine, rare. 


713. —— 1718. Ensayador more or less obliterated, pierced at c. 
6 o'clock, fair, rare. 


714 2-Reales, 1701 B, 1705 Yo 1716, 1717. The first pierced, fair. 





hes 1706 Y, heart-shaped. Very fine, nicely toned, pierced at 
12 o'clock for suspension, rare and interesting. 

716 == 1721, 1722 Y, 1729 My 1732 YA; 1734:M. Fair or fine. 

FS hag 1728. heart-shaped. Deeply toned very fine, pierced for 





suspension, rare and interesting. 


56 


Lor 

718 —— 1735 E. A strong good very fine, an exceptional coin nicely 
toned. 

719 —— 1730(?)M, 1736 E, 1737 E (2). Two pierced, all about fine. 

720 —— 1737 M, 1738M, 1739M, 1740M, 1740 P, 1742 P. Fine 
or better. 

721* —— 1741 P. A bold very fine, attractively toned and unusually 
nice. 

722 —— 1742C, 1743C, 1744P (P retrograde on reverse), 1745 P, 


1746 Q. The last two pierced, fair or fine. 


723 Reales, 1703 Y, 1704 Y, 1714 Y, 1716 Y. Fair or fine, one 


pierced. 
724 — I719Y, 1730, 1731, 1732 M, 1733 YA. Fair or fine. 
725 —— 1735 E, 1737E, 1737M, 1738. Fair or fine, one pierced. 
726* —— 1746Q. A strong fine to very fine, nicer than usual. 


727 Half-Reales, 1704, 1705, 1706, 1707, 1716, 1710?, 1717. Fair or 
fine, one pierced. 


728 —— 1718, 1721, 1724, 1732, 1733, 1742, 1743. Fair or fine. 


INTERVAL 


Sale recommences at 1 p.m. precisely 


Luis I (1723-1726) 
729* 8-Reales, 1725 Y. Date, ensay. and mark of value distinct, fair, 
a little stained, and rare. 


730* —— 1726 Y. Date, ensay. and mark of value distinct, toned, a 
bold good fine and rare. 


731 — 1727 Y. Date, ensay. and mark of value distinct, toned, a 
bold good fine and rare. 


** As usual, there is virtually no trace of legend and this coin 
may well belong to the reign of Philip V. 


Lor 
Vey 


bee 
734 


SS 


736 


731 
738 
Vays 
740 
741 


742 


743 


744 


745* 


746 


747 


748 


749 


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2-Reales, 1726 Y. About fine and rare. 
—— 1727 Y. Almost fine and rare. 
Real, 1726 Y. Fair and rare. 


Half-Real, 1726. Pierced, fair and rare. 


Ferdinand VI (1746-1760) 


8-Reales, 1747 Q. Pierced at 12 o'clock, fair (probably cleaned 
and artificially toned). 


—— 1751Q. Good fine. 

— — Another. Pierced at 11 o'clock, fair. 
— 1754Q. A sharp and bold good fine. 
— Another, ensay. ?. Fine. 

— 1755Q. About fine. 


— 1756Q. About fine. 
—— 1757Q. Fair. 
4-Reales, 1754 C. Toned, about fine and rare. 


2-Reales, 1749Q. A circular coin, good very fine, pleasantly 
toned, and as such an exceptional coin. 


—— 1748 Q, 1749 Q, 1750 Q, 1750 ?, 1751, 1752, 1755. Fair or 
fine, one pierced. 


— 1757 Q, 1758 Q, 1759 Q, 175?. Fair or fine. 


Reales, 17/47'Q; 17/49:©; 17s 1@71753'O: 1755; 1757.) 1758, 
1759 (2). Fair or better. 


Charles III (1760-1789) 
8-Reales, 1761 V. Fine. 


10 


Lor 
750 


751 
2 
D3 
754 
7355 
756 
y isi 
758 
159” 
760 
761 


762 


763 


764 


765 


766 


ry) 


768 


58 


—— 1762 V. A bold good fine. 

—— 1763 V. Quite a strong fine. 

— 1764V. About fine. 

— 1766 V. Ensay. more or less obliterated, fair. 
—— 1767 V. Good fine. 

—— 1769. Very good but date clear. 

— 1770. Ensay. more or less obliterated, fair. 
—— 1771 V. Fair to fine. 

—— 1772. Ensay. unclear, fair. 

4-Reales, 1764 V. A strong good fine and rare. 
—— 1771 V, 177? V. Fair. 

2-Reales, 1760 ? V, 1761 V, 1762 V, 1763 V, 1764 V. Fair or fine. 


— 1765 V, 1766 V, 1767 V, 1768 V (2). Fair or fine. 
— 1769, 1771 V (2), 1772 V, 1773, 1774. Fair or fine. 
Reales, 1760, 1761, 1763, 1764 V, 1765 V. Fair or fine. 
—— 1766, 1767, 1768; 1767, 1770; 1771. Pair or better. 


Potosi minor denominations, several unreadable. Generally fair. 


Independent States of the Americas 
ARGENTINA 


United Provinces of Rio de la Plata, 8-Reales, 1813 J, Potosi (3), 
from different dies (C-F. 5; Eliz. 1; C.15). All about fine. 


—— 8-Reales, 1813 J, 1815 F; 8-Soles, 1815 FL (C-F. 5, 7 and 
18; Eliz. 1, 5 and 7; C. 15 aud 20). Fair or sine. 


16 


59 


769* —— La Rioja, 8-Reales, 1836 P (C-F. 311; Eliz. 20; C. 26). 





Pleasantly toned and about extremely fine. 


Trial striking in silver, on square flan, of obverse of Rio de 
la Plata 8-Reales. Extremely fine, toned; extremely rare. 


*.’ This is struck from rusty dies and, though the letters are 


reasonably well formed, is of rather poor workmanship. 
We have discovered no published reference to the piece 
and consider it, although interesting, to be of controversial 
status: it may well have been struck from false dies. 


771* Confederated Republic of the Argentine, 8-Escudos, 1836, in 








silver, of naive style, copy struck from false dies for col- 
lectors, oby. military bust of Juan Manuel Rosas (see 
Cunietti-Ferrando page 121). Good very fine, lightly toned; 
rare and interesting. 


‘,’ For the companion gold coins to this and the following lot 
see lots 145-7, 150. 


Another, similar but 1842 (see Cunietti-Ferrando page 122). 
Lightly toned, extremely fine and rare. 


La Rioja, 8-Reales, 1838 R, inverted reverse (C-F. 331; 
Eliz. 27; C. 104). Extremely fine, pleasantly and lightly 
toned; rare. 


La Rioja, Rebel issue 8-Reales, 1840 (C-F. 335: Eliz. 30; 
C. 105). Part of obv. and rev. legend slightly flawed, other- 
wise toned, very fine and quite pleasing; very rare. 


‘. Issued by the Unitarian opponents of Juan Manuel Rosas. 





La Rioja, 8-Reales, 1840 (C-F. 333; Eliz. 29; C. 104). 
Almost very fine and scarce. 


Cordoba, 8-Reales, 1852 (C-F. 265; Eliz. 34; C.71). Very 
fine and scarce. 


La Rioja, 4-Reales, 1846 V, 1852 B (reads PROV. DE LA 
RIOJA); 2-Reales, 1842 (both varieties) (C-F. 348, 354, 338 
and 339; C. 102, 103 and 98). Fine or better; scarce or rare. 


778 Argentine Republic, Peso, 1882 (C-F. 463; Eliz. 32; Y. 6). Toned 


and good very fine. 


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Lor 

779 —— Peso, 1882; 50 and 5-Cents, 1882; 20 and 10-Cents, 1883: 
2-Cents, 1884; plus 20th Century minor coins. The peso 
fine but heavily polished, others very fine or better. 

780* ——— Pattern Centavo, 1892, in aluminium, unsigned, obv. Argen- 


tinian arms, rev. ESSAI DE MONNAIE (C-F. 1242; ‘Taullard 
pp. 425-427). Extremely fine and rare. 


781* Araucania and Patagonia, Fantasy 2-Cents, 1874, struck for 
Orllie Antione (C-F. 1006). Die flaw on rev., otherwise ex- 
tremely fine, toned; rare. 


782* Departamento Occidental, 20-Cents, D O and small 20 and incuse 
Argentinian arms counterstamped on ody. and rev. of 
Paraguay 2-Cents, 1870 (C-F. 1132). Very fine and very 
rare. 


*.’ Struck on Argentinian authority for the zone of Paraguay, 
between the Pilcomayo and Verde rivers, occupied after 
her defeat in the War of the Triple Alliance. 


BOLIVIA 


783 7-Sueldos, 1840IR (C.55); Peso, 1861 FJ (Y.31); Melgarejo. 
1865 (3) (Y. —; C. 49); Boliviano, 1872 (2) (Y. 64). Mainly 
very fine. 


784 8-Sueldos, 1851 FM (C. 62). Very fine to extremely fine. 


BRAZIL 


785 John, as prince and king, 960-Reis, 1813 R, 1814R, 1818R, 
1819 R, 1821 R. Very fine or better. 








786* Minas Gerais 960-Reis, arms of Portugal/Brazil counter- 
stamped on Charles III 8-Reales, 1805, Santiago (Eliz. 4). 
About very fine and very rare. 

FET ft Another, on Charles III 8-Reales, 1808, Santiago. Coin 
good fine, counterstamp extremely fine; very rare. 

788* Another, on Charles IJII 8-Reales, 1807 (date rather ob- 





scured by stamp), Santiago. Coin about very fine, counter- 
stamp extremely fine; very rare. 


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789 —— 960-Reis, 1819R; Minas Gerais counterstamp on Potosi 
8-Reales (Eliz. 1), coin fine, counterstamp very fine; Inde- 
pendent Empire, 640-Reis, 1824 R. Extremely fine unless 
Stated. 


790* Independent Empire, John, 40-Reis, 40 crowned/arms counter- 
stamped on 1816 20-Reis (C. 121). Good fine and very rare. 


791 Pedro Hf, 2,000-Reis, 1886, sixth issue (Eliz. 81). Toned and 
about extremely fine. 





7192 2,000 Reis, 1856, 1888; 1,000-Reis, 1867; 500-Reis, 1858; 
200-Reis, 1856, 1857; Republic, 500-Reis, 1889. Generally 
extremely fine or better. 


793* Republic, 2,000-Reis, 1896 (Eliz. 86). Pleasant light tone and 
extremely fine; rare. 


794 —— Commemorative 4,000-Reis, 1900, for the Fourth Cen- 
tenary of the Discovery of Brazil, obv. Pedro Alvares 
Cabral, 20 rays (Eliz. 90; Y. 11). Toned, almost extremely 
fine and rare. 


795 —— Commemorative 2,000-Reis, 1900, for the Fourth Centenary 
of Discovery, obv. ship entering harbour (Eliz. 88; Y. 10). 
Good very fine and scarce. 


796 —— 2,000-Reis, 1907, 1912 (very fine); 1,000-Reis, 1907, 1913; 
500-Reis, 1906. Extremely fine unless stated. 


REPUBLIC OF CHILE 


797* Pattern Cent and Half-Cent, 1835, in bronzed A, unsigned, obv. 
star, etc., rev. ECONOMIA ES RIQUEZA, etc. (Guttag 1014, 
1015; Fonr. 9862, 9863). Good extremely fine and rare. 


798* Pattern 8-Escudos, 1836, in copper, unsigned, oby. arms, etc. 
(Guttag 1017; Fonr. 9864). Good very fine and rare. 


799 Emergency uniface Peso and 50-Cents, of 1859 Revolution (coin- 
age of Petro Leon Gallo) (C.N12, N11). Very fine. 


800 Emergency uniface Peso (1859 Revolution); Emergency Pesos of 
Copiapo, 1865 (2) (C. N12, N14). Fine or better. 


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COLOMBIA 


801* Republic of New Granada, 8-Reales, 1819 JF (Eliz. 12; C. 108). 
Good fine, pleasantly toned, and as such nicer than usual; 
scarce. 


802 United States of Colombia, Peso, 1869, Medellin (Eliz. 55; Y. 37): 
5-Decimos, 1873, Medellin (Y. 11). The first rather heavily 
polished, otherwise very fine; the latter fine. 


CUBA 


803* Republic, Souvenir Peso, 1897, without pat 97 (Eliz. 2; Y. 1). 
Very pleasant light tone, good extremely fine and scarce. 


804 —— Peso, 1935 (Y. 16). Extremely fine. 
805 —— Peso, 1936 (Y. 16). Extremely fine. 
ECUADOR 


806* 5-Francs, 1858, Quito GJ (Y.13). Toned, part of hair a little 
weak, otherwise extremely fine; rare. 


807 Cuarto, 1832 GJ; 4-Real, 1848 GJ. Fine and very fine; both 
scarce. 


808* Galapagos Islands, AR monogram counterstamped on neck of 


bust of 1888 Ecuador Sucre. Very rare; coin good fine, 
counterstamp very fine. 


809* 





AR monogram counterstamped on neck of bust of 1889 
Ecuador 2-Decimos. Very rare; coin fair, counterstamp 
very fine. 


GUATEMALA 


810 Counterstamps, 1894 (from Half-Real die); on Chile Pesos, 1870, 
1874, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879, 1880 (Y. 88a; Eliz. 6). Very 
fine or better. 


sii —— —— on Chile Pesos, 1875, 15/6, 1877, 1879, T8si, 182, 
1884, 1886. Fine or very fine. 


e179 —— —— on Chile Pesos, 1382, 1883 (2), 18845 om Peru Sols, 
1887, 1890, 1894 (Y.88A, 88; Eliz. 6, 7). Very fine or 
better. 


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HAITI 
813 Republic, Gourde, 1887 (Y.9). Very fine. 


MEXICO 


814* Empire of Augustin Iturbide, 8-Reales, 1822 M (Buttrey var. 3c; 
Eliz. 126; C. 185). A little weakly struck; some edge flaws, 
otherwise very fine. 


815 Republic, 8-Reales, 1833 JS, 1834 JS, Potosi; 1843 MM, Mexico; 
1846 CM, Zacatecas; Pesos, 1873 O, Potosi; 1898 FZ, Zaca- 
tecas. Fine or very fine. 


816* t—— Trial or Proof strikings in silver of 20, 10, and 5-Pesos, 
1888 R, Potosi (see Buttrey (1969) page 232). An extremely 
rare set, attractively toned and good extremely fine. 


817* —— “Muera Huerta’? Peso, 1914, Durango, sawtooth design 
both sides. Fine to very fine; scarce. 

818 —— Peso, 1913, Parral, Chihuahua (Y. R55). Very fine and 
scarce. 

819 —— Pesos, 1910 (very fine), 1913 (extremely fine); 5-Pesos, 1947 


(3), 1948, 1953, Hidalgo commemorative 1953; “480 
Granos de Plata’, 1949. Mint state unless stated. 


NICARAGUA 
820 Cordoba, 1912 (Y. 16). Edge knocks, otherwise good fine, and 
scarce. 
PARAGUAY 


821* Pattern 10-Reales, 1867, in silver, by Louis Charles Bouvet (un- 
listed by Guttag or Fonrobert; A. & S. PA 97). Slight edge 
knock, otherwise very fine; very rare. 


822* Pattern 2-Reales, 1868, in silver, unsigned but very probably by 
Louis Charles Bouvet (Guttag 3975; A. & S. PA 95). A 
little weak on high points, therefore extremely fine, attrac- 
tively toned; very rare. 

823* Peso, 1889 (A. & S. PA 34; Eliz. —; Y.5). Mint state. 


824 Another. Mint state. 


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825 Another. Slightly scuffed, otherwise mint state. 


826 te Edge knock and slightly polished, otherwise good very 
ne. 


827 10- and 5-Cents, 1908; 300-Guaranies, 1968; plus virtually com- 
plete run of minor coins. Generally fine or very fine, a few 
better; some scarce. 


PERU 


828 Republic of South Peru, 8-Reales, 1838 MS, Cuzco (Eliz. 167; 
C. 180). Very fine. 


829 —— Another. Fine to very fine. 


830 Republic of South Peru, 8-Reales, 1838 BA, Cuzco; 2-Reales, 
1838 Arequipa, 1837 Cuzco; Republic of North Peru, 
8-Reales, 1838 MB, Lima, 1839 MB, Lima. Fair or fine. 


831 Republic, 4-Real, 1822 (C.‘121); 4-Reales, 1844M, Pasco, 
1836 M, Arequipa; 4-Real, 1836 M, Arequipa, 1851, 1855, 
Lima, 4-Real, 1836M, Arequipa; 5-Pesetas, 1880; Sol, 
1894, 1930. Mainly fair or fine, a few better, some scarce. 


832 —— 5-Pesetas, 1880 (2), 1882; Sol, 1891. All extremely fine, or 
nearly so. 


REPUBLIC OF THE SALVADOR 


833* Commemorative Colon, 1925, Mo ca, struck for the Quater- 
centenary of the Foundation of San Salvador (Eliz. 15; 
Y. 30). Pleasantly toned, mint state and rare. 


834 Another. Extremely fine, pleasantly and lightly toned, and rare. 


THE ORIENTAL REPUBLIC OF THE URUGUAY 


835* Siege of Montevideo Peso, 1844 (A. & S. UR 100; Eliz. 1; Y. 10). 
Very rare; lightly toned, about extremely fine: a_ nice 
example of this major rarity. 


‘* Struck in Montevideo while besieged by the Argentinian 
forces of Juan Manuel Rosas and the Uruguayan partisans 
of General Oribe. 


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836* Another. Rev. slightly flaky and some edge bruises, nevertheless 
quite an attractive specimen, toned and very fine. 


837* Another. Nearly fine. 


838* Peso, 1878 A (A. & S. UR 104; Eliz. 4; Y. 14). Very light tone 
and about extremely fine; very rare date. 


839 Peso, 1895 (Eliz. 7; Y. 14). Lightly toned, extremely fine. 


840 Peso, 1893, Santiago; 1893, 50, 20, 10-Cents, Santiago. A lightly 
and evenly toned set; extremely fine or better. 


841 Pesos, 1893, Santiago, Buenos Aires; 1895, Buenos Aires; Pesos, 
1917 (2); ‘“‘Gaucho’”’ commemorative 10-Pesos, 1961 (2); 
F.A.O. 1,000-Pesos, 1969. Fair or fine, later pieces ex- 
tremely fine or better. 


842* Pattern 4-Cents, 1901, in nickel, obv. radiant sun (A. & S. UR 
P55). Extremely fine and rare. 


Medallions 


843 Viceroyalty of New Spain, Charles IV proclaimed at Campeche, 
1790, oby. shield, rev. legend; in silver (Grove C.44; Fonr. 
7054; Med. 133; Herr. 123). Extremely fine, toned. 


844* Mexico, Empire of Augustin, Inauguration of Augustin, July 
21st, 1822, by F. Guerrero, obv. Mexican eagle, rev. legend; 
in silver (B. Betts 4; Fonr. 6539). Good very fine, deeply 





toned. 

845* —— Augustin proclaimed, 24th January, 1823, by F. 
Guerrero, oby. Mexican eagle and banner; in silver (B. Betts 
24; Fonr. 6556). Good very fine, pleasantly toned. 

846 —— Maximillian, Virgin of Guadaloupe, by Ocambo, in silver 


(B. Betts 14). Pierced for suspension, toned extremely fine. 


847* Viceroyaity of La Plata, Ferdinand VII proclaimed at Potosi, 
1808, obv. Potosi mountain, etc., rev. legend; in silver (Fonr. 
9391; Herr. 50; Med. 346). Good very fine, toned. 


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Lor 


848* —— Ferdinand VII proclaimed at La Plata, 1808, obv. lion, 
castle, double-headed eagle, etc., rev. double-headed eagle 
between pillars, etc.; in silver (Herr. 26; Med. 311). Very 
fine, toned. 


849* ——— Ferdinand VII proclaimed at Buenos Aires, 1808, by Arra- 
bal, oby. bust left, rev. figure of Spain receiving heart from 
figure symbolic of Buenos Aires; in silver (Fonr. 1006; 
Med. 281; Herr. 7). Jn beautiful condition, mint state. 


850 —— Another. Very fine. 


851* Captaincy General of Chile, Charles TV proclaimed in Chile, 
1789, by Nazaual, obv. head right, rev. Auracanian Indians, 
etc.; in silver (Fonr. 9805; Herr. 130; Med. 146; Med. 
(Chile) 3). Extremely fine and attractively deeply toned. 


852* —— Charles IV proclaimed in Chile, 1789, by Nazaual, obv. 
head right, rev. crowned shield; in silver and copper (Fonr. 
9807; Herr. 129; Med. 145; Med. (Chile) 2). Both ex- 
tremely fine, the former pleasantly toned. 


05 es 





Ferdinand VII proclaimed in Chile, 1808, by Arrabal, ovat 
cliché in gold, bust left (Med. 385; Med. (Chile) 21). 
Pierced in four places for attachment, extremely fine. 

*.’ Possibly unique, and certainly of excessive rarity, this piece 
came from a Chilean source and from the position of the 
piercings is very probably the Medina specimen. 


854* 





Ferdinand proclaimed in Chile, 1808, obv. bust right, uni- 
face; in white metal (Med. 386; Med. (Chile) 4: unpub- 
lished by Herr.; not in Fonr.). Extremely fine and probably 
extremely rare. 

1 al Reconquest of Santiago, 1814, by Arrabal, obv. bust right, 
rev. legend; in silver (Med. (Chile) 24). A handsome medal 
in outstanding condition; mint state and rare. 





856 Republic of Chile, Proclamation of Constitution, 1823, obv. 
radiant sun above mountain range, rev. legend; in silver 
(Med. (Chile) 102; Fonr. 2000). Toned good extremely fine, 
rare. 


857 ——— Proclamation of Constitution, 1828, oby. anchor, rev. 
legend, etc.; in silver (Med. (Chile) 103; Fonr. 9851). A 
little weak in places, otherwise a nice extremely fine, plea- 
santly toned and rare. 


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858 —— Reform of Constitution, 1833, by Francisco Borja Venegas, 
oby. scroll, etc., rev. legend; in silver (Med. (Chile) 104; 
Fonr. 9853). Extremely fine, attractively toned. 

859* —— Another, in gold. Weak in places, otherwise extremely fine. 


*.” Obviously struck from rusty and imperfect dies, which 
would strongly suggest that it is a later striking. 


860 Viceroyalty of Peru, Charles III proclaimed at Lima, 1760, oby. 
bust right, rev. shield, etc.; in silver (Med. 79; Herr. 71; 
Fonr. 8920; Wyllys Betts 469). Almost extremely fine, 
attractively and deeply toned. 


861* —— Ferdinand VII proclaimed at Lima, 1808, by Soto, obyv. 
bust right, rev. arms, etc.; in silver (Fonr. 8968; Med. 313; 
Herr. 28). Toned extremely fine. 


862 Republic of Peru, Independence proclaimed, 28th July, 1821, 
oby, radiant sun, rev. legend; in silver (Fonr. 8995). Attrac- 
tively toned, good extremely fine. 


863 —— Battle of Ayacucho, 1824, by Davalos, oby. Bolivar right, 
rev. arms; another, obverse cliché. Both in silver. Very 
fine. 

864* t—— Simon Bolivar honoured by Cuzco, 1825, obv. Bolivar, rev. 


radiant sun and ruins, etc.; in silver. Pierced for suspen- 
sion, good very fine, pleasantly toned, and rare. 


*.’ For a similar medal in gold see lot 245. 





865* Proclamation of Lifelong Presidency of Simon Bolivar and 
New Constitution, 1826 (Fonr. 9018), in silver. Toned, ex- 
tremely fine. 

866* —— Proclamation of Constitution, 1852; in silver (Fonr. 9096). 
Lightly toned, extremely fine. 

867 —— Transandean Railway: Arequiba to Puno (2 types); and 
Callao to Oroya. In silver. Almost extremely fine or better. 

868 —— Transandean Railway: Arequiba to Puno; Callao to Oroya:; 


Opening of Lima Tramways, 1878 (copper); Opening of 
National Library, 1884. In silver, unless stated. Almost ex- 
tremely fine or better. 


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869 Republic of South Peru, Santa Cruz, 1838, oby. head left, flags, 
etc., rev. tower, etc.; in silver (Fonr. 9235). Good very fine. 


870 South American medallions and medailets, 18th and 19th Cen- 
tury, silver and copper. Earlier pieces worn and/or im- 
paired, later pieces fine, very fine or better. 


871 Denmark, Coronation of Caroline Mathilda, 1767, by Johan 
Kenvik Wolff, obv. bust right, rev. radiant crown on pedes- 
tal; in silver (Galster 510). Attractively toned and extremely 
fine; a handsome medal. 


872 Britain, Nelson/Trafalgar (white metal), four bronzed copper 
medals by Kuchler. The first very fine, the others extremely 
fine or better. 


Other Silver Coins of the World 


873 AusrriA, Ferdinand, Thaler, 1654; Leopold, Thaler, Hall (Dav. 
1003). Fine and fair. 


874 —— Francis I, Vienna, Convention 4-Thaler, 1808 A, fine; Fran- 
cis I, 3rd German Shooting Festival, Thalers (2), 1868, very 
fine. 


875* AFGHANISTAN, Amid Abdul Rahman, 5-Rupees, A.H. 1316 
(1898), toughra, rev. altar, etc. (Dav. 102). Very fine. 


876* ANNAM, Minh Mang (1820-1941), Piastre (or Kwan), legend, rev. 
dragon (Dav. 110). Very fine. 


876A BeLGium, Liege, Maximillian Henry, Thaler, 1680, fine; Leopold 
Il, 5-Francs (4), fine or better. 


877* BraziL, Commemorative 4,000-Reis, 1900, on 400th anniversary 
of discovery, Cabal, rev. arms (Y.11). Nearly extremely 
fine. 


878* CampopiA, Ang Duong (1841-1859), 2-Ticals, 1846, Hamsa bird 
(Dav. 147). Chip on edge, very fine. 


878,*—— Norodom I, Piastre (or Peso), 1860, bust left, signature 
below, rev. pagoda (Dav. 148). Extremely fine, rare. 


o7, —— 





— bronze 10- and 5-Centimes (Y.2 and 3), extremely 
fine; silver medal, 1902, rev. palace, 34mm., very fine. 


iy 


Lor 
880 


881 


882 


883* 


884 


885 


886 


887 


888 


889 


890 


891 


892 


893 


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CanaDA, Dollars, 1935 (2), 1939; AusrraLia, Crown, 1937: 
Florin, 1942; New ZEALAND, Crown, 1949; SourH AFRICA, 
Crown, 1948. All extremely fine. 


Cuina, Fantasy Tael, Shantung (1900), in silver, obv. Empress 
Lun Yu, rev. bird (K.B. 15). Extremely fine. 


— Crowns (4); other Oriental coins in silver (13), including 
small boat Tael and Annam bar; other pieces, including 
knife money and gaming tokens (13). Some very fine. 


Comoro ISLANDS, Sultan Said Ali, 5-Francs, A.H. 1308 (1890), 
military weapons, rey. flags (Dav. 9). Extremely fine. 


COURLAND, Peter Biron, Thaler, 1780, bust to right, rev. crown 
over two shields (Dav. 1624). Fine. 


DENMARK, 4-Marcks, 1684, very fine; 30-Shillings, 1842; 2- 
Kronor, 1892, very fine and better. 


ENGLAND, Victoria, Gothic Crown, 1847, lettered edge. Trace of 
mounting, good fine. 


—— Edward VII, Crown, 1902, impaired matt proof; Half- 
crowns (2), 1908, 1910; Florin, 1902. Good very fine. 


—— George V, Crown, 1928, wreath type. Nearly extremely 
fine. 


—— Maundy sets, Victoria, young head, mixed dates, very fine; 
Edward VII, 1903; George VI, 1947; Halfcrown and Six- 
pence, 1951, all extremely fine. 


ERITREA, Umberto, 5-Lire, 1891 (Dav. 27). Very fine and scarce. 


FRANCE, Louis XV, 5-Francs, 1767L, 1768A; Napoleon, 5- 
Francs, AN 12, I. About very fine. 


GERMANY, BAVARIA, Louis I, 2-Thaler, 1839 (34-Gulden), bust 
right, rev. legend in wreath (Dav. 584). Almost extremely 


fine. 


——— BRUNSWICK-LUNEBURG, Thaler, 1662, arm with sword ex- 
tending from cloud, rev. legend; Saxony, Thaler, 1768; 
Tuscany, Tallero, 1748. All fine. 


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Lor 

894* —_ PrussiA, Friedrich Wilhelm III, Thaler, 1798 A, bust left, 
rev. arms (Dav. 2602). Adjustment marks but mint state. 

895 —— —— Thalers (2), 1764B, 1785 A; BavariA, Thalers (3), 
1769, 1770, 1771. All fine. 

896 —— Saxony, Thalers, Friederich John George, undated, 1546, 
1593, 1594. Fair or fine. 

897 —— 2-Thaler, 1767; BREMEN, Thaler, 1865, for the 2nd 
German Shooting Festival (Dav. 628); other pieces (4). All 
fine or better. 

898* —— SaxeE-WEIMAR, Proof 5-Marks, 1903, for the marriage of the 
Grand Duke (Dav. 848). Extremely fine. 

899* —_ TrauTson, Franz Eurebius, Thaler, 1708, bust right, rev. 
garnished shield (Dav. 1200). Good very fine and rare. 

900 —— Prussia, 5-Marks, 1901; 3-Marks, 1914; 2-Marks, 1901, 


both similar; SAXE-MEININGEN, 3-Marks, 1915; other silver 
(4), Meisen porcelain money (6), and bronze 50-million 
Marks. Very fine or better. 


901 GERMAN East ArRICA, 2-Rupees, 1894; 1-Rupee, 1906J. Both 
extremely fine. 


902* GERMAN New Guinea, 5-Marks, 1894 A, Bird of Paradise (Dav. 
429). Only very fine. 


903 Hawau, Half-Dollar, 1888; Harri, 25-Cents, AN 14 and 24 (2), 
and bronze (2). Very fine. 


904 IcELAND, 10-Kroner, 5-Kroner and bronze 2-Kroner, 1930, for the 
Millenary of the Parliament (Dav. 130, 131). Extremely 


fine. 


905 InptA, Madras, Half-Pagoda (1811), pagoda, nine stars each side 
(Dav. 247). Very fine, with some details of another coin 
showing. 


906* INDO-CHINA, Piastre, 1886 (Dav. 251). Edge knock, axtremely 
fine. 


907 IRELAND, currency set, 1928, Halfcrown to Farthing. About ex- 
tremely fine. 


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908 


909* 


910 


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912 


913 


914 


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O16F 


SAlG) 


918 


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920* 


921 


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923" 


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Iraty, 5-Lire, 1876, 1879; Stcity, 120-Grani, 1794 M; SARDINIA, 
5-Lire, 1827; VATICAN, Scudos (2), 1834, 1853. Fine. 


— Lomparpy, 5-Lire, 1848 (Dav. 206). Very fine. 


—— —— two similar coins, fair and fine; MALTA, Emmanuel 
de Rohan, 2-Scudo, 1796, fair. 


— VATICAN, Innocent XII, Scudo, Year 9, Jubilee 1700, bust 
right, rev. angels by door. Very fine. 





Innocent XI, Scudo, Year 1; Pius VI, Scudo, 1780; 
BotoGna. Scudo, 1797. All about fine. 


—— —— Pius VII, Scudos (2), 1816 B (Dav. 183). Very fine. 


Latvia, 5-Lati, 1931 (Dav. 214); Lirguanta, 10-Litu, 1938; 
HUNGARY, 5-Pengo, 1938 (Dav. 126); CZECHOSLOVAKIA. 
three pieces. All very fine. 


LuxemMBurG, Grand Duchy, Pattern 5-Francs, 1899, crowned 
shield, rev. value, ESSAI below. Extremely fine but uneven 
tone, very rare. 


MoZAMBIQUE, Onca of 6-Cruzados, 1843, stamps on rectangular 
bar (C. 62). Fine. 


NETHERLANDS. Brabant, Albert and Isabella, Half-Patagon, 1619; 
Philip IV, Ducatoon, 1656, Brussels; Half-Ducatoon, 1651, 
Antwerp. Fine. 


—— United Provinces, various Crowns (6) of the 17th Century. 
About fine. 


—— —— Utrecht, silver Rider, 1791 (Dav. 1832). Very fine. 


PersiA, Nasredin, copper Pattern 5-Tomans (?), A.H. 1273, 
military bust right, rev. crown over lion. Extremely fine. 


PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, Isabella II, Chile Pesos, 1834, all with Y.11 
and crown in counterstamp (Dav. 442). Fine. 


RussiA, Rouble, 1809 (Dav. 280); later silver (5). Some fine. 


SAN Marino, 5-Lire, 1898 R (Dav. 302). Practically mint state. 


Lot 


924 Stam, Mongut, 2-Bat (or 2-Ticals), c. 1860, crown and umbrellas, 


925 


926* 


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O28" 


O29= 


930 


ofl 


932 


953" 


934* 


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rey. elephant (Dav. 308). Extremely fine. 


SWEDEN, Gustaf III, 1-Rixdaler, 1779, bust right, rev. arms (Dav. 
1736). Fine. 


SWITZERLAND, Confederation, Canton Appenzell, 4-Franken, 
1812, arms, rev. knight (Dav. 360). Good very fine. 


—— Bern, silver medal, 1719, bear to left, SENATVS - ET - 
SEDECIM - VIRI - REIPVB - BERNENSIS, rev. clasped hands, 
holding sword and mace, dated on edge, 41mm. Extremely 


fine. 





Thaler, 1798, arms, rev. standing knight (Dav. 1760). 
Good very fine. 


— FreypurG, 4-Franken, 1813 (Dav. 363). Almost extremely 


fine. 


VATICAN, Pius XII, set of coins, 1950, gold 100-Lire to 1-Lira. 
and another set, 2-Lire to 50-Cents and stamps, both in 
‘Souvenir’ folders. Extremely fine. 


A Collection of Russian Coins 


Early Russian silver (11), mainly Kopeks, c. 1400-1600. Mainly 
fine or better. 


Alexei Michailotitch (1645-1676), Jefimok, 1655, counterstamped 
on Patagon of Flanders, 1620, struck under Albert and 
Isabella. Coin fine, counterstamps very fine and clear. 


—— Novodjel 4-Rouble, 1654, ruler on horseback within circle, 
rey. legend within circle (Reichel 716). Struck on seg- 
mented flan; extremely fine and rare. 


Peter I (1689-1725) 


Large Double-Rouble, 1722, laureate, draped bust right, rev. four 
crowned monograms with date, plain edge (Sev. 534). 
Novodjel, almost extremely fine, rare. 


Rouble, 1705, young head right, rev. double-eagle (Sev. 185; Dav. 
1642). Novodjel, better than very fine, scarce. 


Rouble, 1707, laureate bust right (Sev. 235; Dav. 1643). Novod- 
jel, would be extremely fine but flan marked on obverse. 


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937 


938 
939. 


940* 


941* 


942* 


943 


944 


945 


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Rouble, 1712 (would seem to be 2/1), slender bust right (Sev. 
292; Dav. 1650). Flan marked on obv., good fine. 


Rouble, 1718, armoured bust (Sev. 362; Dav. 1652). Fine. 
Another, similar, but differing dies (Sev. 387). Very fine, rare. 


Rouble, 1719, similar bust (Sev. 422; Dav. 1653). Well struck, 
very fine. 


Rouble, 1720, somewhat similar (Sev. 485; Dav. 1654). Very fine. 


Rouble, 1723, similar bust, wearing Order (Sev. 560; Dav. 1658). 
Very fine. 


Rouble, 1724, St. Petersburg, somewhat similar (Sev. 622; Dav. 
1659). Very fine, scarce. 


Rouble, 1725, bust with less armour (Sev. 686; Dav. 1662). 
Sharp very fine. 


Half-Rouble, 1704, thin bust right (Sev. 120B). Novodiel, ex- 
tremely fine. 


Half-Rouble, 1705, similar (Sev. 165A). Novodjel, extremely fine. 


Half-Rouble, 1707, armoured bust right (Sev. 226). Good very 
fine, rare. 


Another, different dies (Sev. 229). Fine and rare. 
Half-Rouble, 1710. similar (Sev. 259). Fine and rare. 


Half-Rouble, 1721, smaller bust (Sev. 495).) Very fine, scarce. 


Quarter-Rouble, 5-Kopek and Altyn, 1704. Fine or better. 


Catherine I (1725-1727) 


Rouble, 1725, the “‘mourning rouble’’, bust left (Sev. 702; Dav. 
1663). Almost extremely fine and rare. 


Rouble, 1725, larger bust (Sev. 707; Dav. 1664). Very fine. 


Another (Sev. 715). Very fine. 


Lor 
955* 


956 


960* 
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962 
963 
964 


965 


966 


967 


968 


969 


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Another (Sev. 740). Very fine and sharp. 


Roubles (2), 1726 and 1727, St. Petersburg, bust right (Sev. 823. 
879; Dav. 1665). Both fine. 


Peter If (1727-1730) 


Rouble, 1727, laureate bust right, with long hair (Sev. 913; Dav. 
1667). Very fine. 


Another, similar (Sev. 917). Extremely fine, rare. 


Rouble, 1728, somewhat similar (Sev. 977; Dav. 1668). Good 
very fine with sharp reverse. 


Anna (1730-1740) 
Rouble, 1730, bust right (Sev. 1038; Dav. 1670). Very fine. 


Rouble, 1732, somewhat similar (Sev. 1090). Extremely fine. 
Rouble, 1733 (Sev. 1128; Dav. 1671). Very fine. 

Rouble, 1734, similar (Sev. 1183). Extremely fine. 

Rouble, 1737, larger bust (Sev. 1251; Dav. 1673). Very fine. 


Rouble, 1737, smaller neater bust (Sev. 1262; Dav. 1674). Very 
fine. 


Rouble, 1740, somewhat similar (Sev. 1333; Dav. 1675). Obverse 
marked, fine to very fine. 


Half-Rouble, 1732, large bust right (Sev. 1085). Very fine. 


Two similar coins (Sev. 1081, 1112). Both fine. 
Half-Rouble, 1733, smaller bust (Sev. 1109). Very fine. 
Half-Rouble, 1738, small neat bust (Sev. 1270). Very fine. 
Half-Rouble, 1739, similar (Sev. 1295). Fine to very fine. 


Quarter-Rouble, 1739, similar to Half-Rouble (Sev. 1291). Very 
fine. 


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Ivan III (1740-1741) 
973* Rouble, 1741, Moscow, small laureate bust (Sev. 1359; Dav. 
1676). About very fine, rare. 
974* Half-Rouble, 1741, similar (Sev. 1352). Fine and very rare. 


975 10-Kopeks, 1741, similar (Sev. 1346a var.). Very fine and rare. 


Elizabeth (1741-1762) 
976 Rouble, 1745, St. Petersburg, small bust right (Sev. 1485; Dav. 
1677). Almost extremely fine. 
977 Rouble, 1748, St. Petersburg, similar (Sev. 1530). Very fine. 
978 Rouble, 1751, St. Petersburg, similar (Sev. 1572). Very fine. 


979 Polupoltina (25-Kopeks), 1747, 1748, both Moscow; Grivennik 
(10-Kopeks), 1751. All about very fine. 


980 Grivennik (13), 1744, 1745, 1746, 1747, 1748, 1749, 1750, 1751, 
1752, 1753, 1754, 1756 and 1757. Fine or very fine. 


981* Pattern copper 4-Kopeks, 1761, St. George slaying dragon, rev. 
value and date over trophies. Extremely fine and very rare 


982* Rouble of 96-Kopeks, 1757, struck for Livonia-Estonia, small 
bust right, rev. double-eagle supporting shields (Sev. 1765; 
Dav. 1690). Very fine. 


983 Half-Rouble of 48-Kopeks, 1757, struck for Livonia-Estonia, 
similar (Sev. 1764). Fine and rare. 


984 Quarter-Rouble of 24-Kopeks (Sev. 1760) and 4-Kopeks, 1757, 
struck for Livonia-Estonia. Both very fine. 


985 Third-Thaler, 6-Groschen and 3-Groschen, 1761, all struck for 
Prussia. Fine or better. 


Peter IIL (1762) 


986* Rouble, 1762, St. Petersburg, bust right (Sev. 1881; Dav. 1682). 
Very fine. 


987* Half-Rouble, 1762, St. Petersburg (Sev. 1874). About very fine. 


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Lor 
988 


989 


990 


991 


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994 


995 


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998 


76 


Another, Moscow (Sev. 1873). Fine. 


Catherine II, the Great (1762-1796) 


Rouble, 1764, St. Petersburg, neat bust right (Dav. 1683). Very 
fine. 


Roubles (4), 1767, Moscow, 1768, 1771, 1772, all St. Petersburg 
(Dav. 1684). Fine to very fine. 


Rouble, 1774, St. Petersburg (Dav. 1684). Sharp very fine. 


Rouble, 1780, smaller, older bust, St. Petersburg (Dav. 1685). 
Very fine. 


Half-Rouble, 1762, Moscow; Polupoltina (25-Kopeks), 1765, 
Moscow; 1781, St. Petersburg. The first two fine, the last 
very fine. 


20-Kopeks (3), 1771, 1786, 17—; 15-Kopeks (3), 1764, 1770, 1783; 
10-Kopeks (3), 1772, 1779, 1796, mixed mints. Mainly very 
fine. 


NOrKopeks (8), 17/64) 1766, 1767, 1768, 1769) 1771 (2), 1772, 
L775; 1778; 1783,784, 1785, 1787, 1788; 1789, 1794, 1796: 
Mainly fine. 


Pattern copper 2-Kopeks, 1796, monogram, rev. legend. Ex: 
tremely fine. 


Copper 10-Kopeks (2), 1777, 1791, and minors (5), 1765-1795; 


Siberia, 10-, 5-, 1-, 4- 4-Kopeks, 1769-1779. One poor, 
others fine or better. 


Paul I (1796-1861) 


999* Albertus Rouble, 1796, legend in tablet (Sev. 2381; Dav. 1687). 


1000 


1001 


1002 


Extremely fine, rare. 


Heavy Rouble, 1797, St. Petersburg, rev. value in cross (Sev. 
2404; Dav. 1688). Nearly extremely fine. 


Another. Very fine. 


Rouble, 1798, similar, new weight, St. Petersburg (Dav. 1688). 
Nearly extremely fine. 


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Lor 
1003 


1004 


1005 


1006 


1007 


1008* 


1009 


1010 


LOU 


1012 


1013 


1014 


1015 


1016 


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Rouble, 1799. Nearly extremely fine. 
Rouble, 1800 (Dav. 278). Good very fine. 


Half-Rouble and Quarter-Rouble, 1797, similar. Extremely 
fine and very fine. 


Alexander I (1801-1825) 
Rouble, 1803, legend in wreath (Dav. 279), and Half-Rouble, 
1802, similar. Both very fine. 


Rouble, 1809, similar but no line round legend (Dav. 280). 
Good very fine. 


Roubles (2), 1814, 1818, new neater style (Dav. 281). Both ex- 
tremely fine. 


Half-Rouble, 1813, similar; 20-Kopeks, two types, 1801 (fine), 
1814; 10-Kopeks, 1814. Very fine except where stated. 


Coinage for Serbia: 2-Abas, 1809; 1-Abas, 1820; 4-Abas, 1820; 
copper 20-Puli, 1810. All about very fine. 


Nicholas I (1825-1855) 


Commemorative 14-Roubles (10-Zloty), 1836, head to right, rev. 
head of Tsarina within circle, surrounded by heads of 
seven imperial children (Sev. 3181; Dav. 286). About ex- 
tremely fine, but a few slight scratches, extremely rare. 


Roubles (2), 1826, 1831 (Dav. 282). Both good very fine. 
Roubles (3), 1841, 1844, 1846 (Dav. 283). Good very fine. 


Poltina, 1846; 25-, 20-, 10- and 5-Kopeks (two of each, differing 
types). These very fine or better. 


Coinage for Georgia, 2-Abas, 1833 (3). All fine. 


Various copper coins (21), 10-Kopeks and smaller. Fine or 
better. 


21 


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Lot 


Alexander II (1855-1881) 


1017 Memorial Rouble, 1834, has been mounted; other Roubles, 1856. 
1874; Half-Rouble, 1858; smaller silver (12), these mainly 
very fine; copper issues (19), mainly fine. 


1018* Proof 10-Kopeks, 1871, struck in nickel, bust right, rev. value 
in wreath (Sev. 3808p). Extremely fine. 


Alexander III 
1019 Coronation Rouble, 1883; other Roubles, 1885, 1891: 50- 
Kopeks, 1894. Very fine or better. 
Nicholas II 


1020 Coronation Rouble, 1896; others, 1897, 1912 commemorative, 
1913 commemorative; smaller (4), very fine or better; 
coppers (8), fine or better. 


Soviet Union 
1021 Roubles (2), 1921, 1924; Half-Roubles, 1921, 1926. Very fine. 


Courland 


1022* Peter Biron, Thaler, 1780, bust right, rev. crown over two 
shields (Dav. 1624). Weakly struck, but extremely fine. 


South American Orders, Decorations and Medals 
ARGENTINA 


1023 Medal for Corrientes 1865, oval bronze-gilt, 26mm. x 34 mm., 
with ring suspender, oby. arms, etc., rev. rays and “25 de 
Mayo 1865”. Very fine. 


1024 another, ring bronze. Very fine. 





1025 Paraguay War 1865-70, bronze medal with riband and buckle, 
awarded to the armies allied with Argentina, oby. arms 
and inscription, rev. a radiant sun and “Al Valour y a la 
Constancia’’, etc. Very fine. 


1026 Barcala Medal, silver-plated, obv. bust of Col. Barcala, etc. and 
1795-1835’, rev. arms of Argentina and _ inscription. 


Very fine. 


1027 Centenary 1804-1904, bronze, oby. bust of General Pirain, etc., 
rey. inscription. Very fine. 


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1028 


1029 


1030 


1031 


1032 


1034 


1035 


1036 


1037 


1038 


1039 


1040 


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Army of the Andes 1814-1914, bronze, oby. bust of the Duke 
of Wellington. Very fine. 


Peace with Brazil, Centenary medal 1828-1928, bronze-gilt. 
Very fine. 


CHILE 


Order of Merit, 1910 issue, 3rd class silver-gilt and white enamel 
neck badge. Extremely fine. 


Order of Military Merit, 2nd class gold neck badge with central 
arms in enamel. Extremely fine and rare. 


Naval Award in gold, 3rd class, rev. engraved ‘30 anos 
servicios Marina de Guerra’’. Extremely fine and scarce. 


—— another, but centre in silver and enamel superimposed on 
a gold wreath, ring suspender only with silver condor 
riband brooch, rev. plain. Very fine. 


Chacabuco 1817, pentagonal-shaped bronze medal. Star for 
Ancachs 1839, silver with enamel centres. Very fine. 


Cross for Yungay 1839, gold and enamel. Scarce, very fine. 


Medal for Yungay 1839, oval silver medal, oby. ‘““Vencedor en 
Yungay el 20 de Enero de 1839” within a wreath. About 
very fine. 


Cross for Casma 1839, gold and enamel. Enamel damaged; fine 
to very fine, scarce. 


Civil War Medal 1851, oval gold medal, obyv. ‘“‘Defensor de Las 
Leyes’, etc., rev. “20 de Abril de 1851”, etc. Very fine. 


Papudo 1865, heavy gold medal, rev. central arms surrounded 
by “En la Jornada del 7 de Febr. de 1866’, upper arm 
stamped “234 Q”’. Very fine. 


Officers’ Gold and Enamel Cross for 1879-80, two gilt bars, 
Chorillos, Miraflores. Three rays slightly chipped, other- 
wise very fine. 


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Lor 
1041 


1042 


1043 


1044 


1045 


1046 


1047 


1048 


1049 


1050 


1051 


1052 


1053 


1054 


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another but with four gold bars and a buckle, Pisagua, 
San Francisco, Tacna, Arica. Extremely fine. 





another but with seven gilt bars. Very fine. 


Cross for Lima 1881, five-armed gold and white enamel cross, 
green enamel leaves between the angles. Enamel on one 
reverse arm damaged, otherwise very fine. 


in gold, arms and leaves without enamel, two gold bars, 
Miraflores, Chorillos. Very fine. 





in silver, no bars to riband. Very fine. 





Medals for Valparaiso 1879-81, in silver-gilt and enamel, (1) 
Valparaiso Batallon, (2) Valparaiso Rejimento, (3) Batal- 
lon Civico de Artilleria Naval. Very fine. 


Huamachuco 1883, gold and enamel cross, rev. mountain peaks 
enamelled. Very fine, scarce. 


— another, rev. mountain peaks in gold. Very fine. 


Thirty Years’ Naval Service, gold cross, five arms, with blue 
and white garters, obv. bust, etc., rev. “30 Anos Armada 
Nacional’. Very fine. 


Twenty Years’ Volunteer Service, gold octagonal medal, obv. 
helmet within a star and ‘“‘Constancia I Disciplina’’, rev. 
‘*Al Voluntario Fernando Tapia 20 Anos’, etc. Ex- 
tremely fine. 


Police Medal, in gold. Extremely fine, scarce. 





another, but in silver. Extremely fine. 


Gold Commemorative Medal, rev. ‘“‘La Soc. Francisco Bilbao’’. 
Extremely fine. 


Transformacion de Valparaiso 1929, gold and enamel. Ex- 
tremely fine. 


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